Henry Hargreaves and Charlotte Omnès recreate and photograph divine James Bond-inspired meals that mimic dishes from each 007 novel. The image series titled 'Dying to Eat' gives a new perspective to the secret agent books by paying homage through food.
While the novels written by Ian Fleming focus on exciting adventures, a handsome agent and beautiful women, these meals play a large part in the glamorous lifestyle lead by James Bond. Each meal is displayed in an elegantly plated presentation. The James Bond-inspired dishes are also accompanied by a block quote from each book and a typographic title that gives an authentic feeling to each plate.
For example, the dish that represents the novel 'Live & Let Die' featured clams, corn, classic iced tea and chicken wings. Next to the dish a quote from the novel reads "Ma Frazier's was a cheerful contrast to the bitter streets. They had an excellent meal of Little Neck Clams and Fried Chicken Maryland with bacon and sweet corn. 'We've got to have it,' said Leiter. 'It's the National dish.'"