It doesn't matter if you're talking about Sean Connery or Daniel Craig. James Bond has a classic kind of cool that can't be denied. And while he's been put beside some ingenious gadgets, iconic weapons, and sweet cars, it's never been the toys that make the man. If anything, Bond has done more for product placement than it ever did for him. He's the classic case of women wanting him and men wanting to be him (but also men wanting him and women wanting to be him, let's be honest). Unless, of course, you're a megalomaniacal villain. Then he's the bane of your existence.

Spectre has arrived in theaters, which marks the return of the man in the dapper suit doing what he does best: Beating down baddies, wooing the ladies, and generally making the world a safer place, all in service of Her Majesty.

Spectre is the twenty-fourth movie in the whole series; let that sink in. Twenty-four movies spanning over five decades is impressive in of itself, but the franchise has also remained interesting by reinventing itself time and time again. When a new Bond is cast, it's an event, and regardless of who your favorite is, the fact remains: the world loves 007.

In celebration of that love, and the latest entry in the franchise, we've hunted down some of the best art the fandom has to offer. From the classic Connery to the fresh Craig, we're happy to share some of the best fan artist renditions of the world's most beloved spy.