INDUSTRY NEWS: The Mad Genius Eye of Stanley Kubrick
- 8 August 2011 by jenn 1 Comments
In partnership with Dailymotion.com, the museum also created a graphic arts contest where “graphic artists, video artists, stylists, plastic artists: a whole generation of creative talents has turned to the work of Kubrick over the past 15 years, paying homage to him, questioning his work, remixing it, etc.”
Check out the fantastic works here.
Kubrick`s eye for design was second-to-none, including his obsession with san serif typeface, as explained in this 1994 article in The Guardian. Recently, the Library of Congress has released a collection of early photographs by a young unknown Stanley Kubrick when he worked for LOOK magazine in Chicago. The works foreshadow his moviemaking in their use of light and dark, their psychological insight and their aura of pure creepiness.
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