Stunning Color-Coded Online Gallery of Stanley Kubrick-Inspired Art
by Alex Billington
May 4, 2011
Source: Federico Mancosu
Whoa. I recently stumbled across an online art gallery from La Cinémathèque française called Kubrick et le Web that features a stunning color-coded massive gallery of posters, videos, and artwork inspired by various Stanley Kubrick films (lots of Clockwork Orange, The Shining, 2001). You know all those random custom-made posters we occasionally feature from Mondo Tees and beyond - well this is a giant collection of them for all things Stanley Kubrick and it's arranged by color. Yea, it's pretty frickin' sweet, I'm glad I came across it - bookmarked! You can visit their gallery by clicking here or on the image below. Lots of art to see!
The site even has an organized grid by designer and movie - which is just awesome. I came across the gallery via another designer named Federico Mancosu, as it was linked on his website. After translating his page, it sounds like he submitted this Full Metal Jacket poster to the collection, which is actually just an online counterpart to a La Cinémathèque exhibition on Stanley Kubrick art in their actual museum in Paris (I've been there, it's an awesome place). As always, I just love coming across amazing collections/galleries, and this one was incredible. Tons of art, all dedicated to one of the greatest filmmakers of all time. Fantastic!
Xerxexx on May 4, 2011
Cools. Here's a drawing I did of him in his elder years a while back.
Crapola on May 5, 2011
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