12 Artworks Inspired by Stanley Kubrick Films

One of the most creative and inspiring film makers of the last 50 years, Stanley Kubrick, known for such films as Full Metal Jacket, A Clockwork Orange, The Shining, Lolita and Dr. Strangelove among others, also inspired some incredible works of art.

At the Spoke Gallery in San Francisco there’s an excellent exhibition called ‘Kubrick – An Art Show Tribute’ with over 60 artists giving their interpretations to their favorite characters, scenes and concepts from his films.

Come Play With us, Stanley by Dave MacDowell

Come play with us

The Shining by Van Orton Design

The Shining

All Work no Play by Epyon5

All work no play

Death of the Author by Tim Doyle

Death of the Author

Born to Film by Guillaume Morellec

Born to Film

 

Born to Kill by Anarkitty

Born to Kill

Not so bad by Ivonna Buenrostro

Not so bad

A Clockwork Orange by Eiko Ojala

A Clockwork Orange

Stop Dave by Sam Ho

Stop Dave

2001: A Space Odyssey by Tracie Ching

2001

We Were Afraid of a Doomsday Gap by Sam Gilbey

We were afraid of a doomsday gap

Lolita by Bartosz Kosowoski

LolitaVia: 

For a bit more on awesome stuff about Kubrick, check out this Pictogram of movie posters.

 

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