Vintage spirits dealer Edgar Harden.
Harden’s home has been overrun with dusty vintage bottles, mostly stored in crates in his basement.
A 30-year-old Grand Marnier from the coronation of Elizabeth II.
Forbidden Fruit Liqueur in the bottle style that would later be used for Chambord.
Absolut Vodka with a label printed using a hand-engraved plate from long before the distiller’s 1980s rebranding.
British birds of prey blended scotch whisky from the 1970's.
The motors build lab at Dyson headquarters.
The hair science research lab.
The pick up chamber, where the Dyson vacuum is tested.
Human hair samples.
Design engineer Laura Howard, working in the hair research lab at Dyson.
Inside the hair research lab at Dyson HQ.
Portrait of Sir James Dyson holding a robotic vacuum.
A concorde engine inside Dyson HQ.
A lunch worker inside Dyson HQ.
Inside the Lightening Cafe at Dyson HQ.
Portrait of scientists James Hann and Ken Armstrong.
Exterior view of Corsham Cellars, Wiltshire
CCTV outside of Corsham Cellars in Wiltshire, which holds $2.2 billion in wine
Wine in ancient casks 100 feet below ground
Workers 100 feet below ground
A photographer documents a case of wine below ground
WWII-era drawings on the wall show the cave’s history as a munitions depot
Interior view of Corsham Cellars, Wiltshire