This project won me two GOLDS — from Society for News Design (SND) and from WAN-IFRA Asia Media, and a SILVER — from Malofiej-Infographic World Summit (as part of a portfolio) in 2013.
Here's what the SND judges had to say:
“This pushes the limit of creativity. If you’re a Bond fan, this is a series I would spend a TON of time with. The bullets at the end create a fabulous ending to these pages. It completes it. I can’t find one thing wrong with it, and there’s just SO much right with it. It breaks every rule, and yet follows every rule at the same time. It works perfectly. Every time I look at it, I find something else to read and love. You’ve got the car, you’ve got the girls. You’ve got everything.”
I spent a total of two weeks working (research/concept/execution) on this one. That's 14 consecutive days. Moving the bulletholes at the end of the page in place took me six full hours to do. All worth it in the end.
My partner here, Yusra Farzan, was the main researcher. A few colleagues also offered to help and they are credited for that as well.