Stanley Kubrick on Life!  We found this awesome illustration of a part of Kubrick’s 1968 Playboy interview (via nofilmschool), where he gave his take on the human condition. The beautiful people over at zenpencils.com have illustrated many such inspirational talks (some of them in Hindi too). Do check the site out, it’s totally worth it!  From our blog - http://www.jamuura.com/blog/

ZEN PENCILS: STANLEY KUBRICK answers a question. Whatever darkness life stares at you. Throw your own light at it and define your own meaning to your life!

one of the series from stanley kubricks new york series. new york in the forties, I like the feel of these photos

Stanley Kubrick’s Dramatic Photos of 1940s New York City

Shoe Shine Boys (On Fence) – 1947 photographs by stanley kubrick look magazine life in new york

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TOP 10 Brilliant Photos Of The Genius Director Stanley Kubrick

photographs by stanley kubrick look magazine life in new york Walking the Streets of New York – 1946

As your devoted pinner, I feel it is my duty to let you know that I took a test and the result was that I am Totally Morbid.  I like dark things and I am drawn to creepy imagery whether in real life or on the screen.  They warned me not to tell anyone, but I thought you should know.

How Morbid Are You Really?

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20 Amazing Black And White Pictures Of Famous Awesome People

Stanley Kubrick & Giant Penis* on the set of A Clockwork Orange dir. Stanley Kubrick) (via) “I haven’t come across any recent new ideas in films that strike me as being particularly important and that have to do with form.

Men, probably commuters, walking along a train platform.  Image: LOOK Magazine Photograph Collection (Library of Congress) | www.eklectica.in #eklectica

Stanley Kubrick's High-Contrast Images of Chicago in 1949

Stanley Kubrick Men, probably commuters, walking along a train platform. Image: LOOK Magazine Photograph Collection (Library of Congress)

Paths of Glory -- final scene --     Kubrick hired a young actress named Christiane Harlan (going by the stage name Susanne Christian) after seeing her on a German TV show. Harlan became Mrs. Stanley Kubrick in 1958 and remained married to him until his death in 1999.

Paths of Glory final scene (The Faithful Hussar)

Frozen Shining I loved that movie now that I'm older it's comical I laugh through the entire movie.

How Would You Die In A Horror Movie?

THE SHINING - Jack Nicholson is frozen to death - Based on novel by Stephen King - Directed by Stanley Kubrick - Warner Bros. - Publicity Still.

"BORN TO FILM" by Guillaume Morellec. Happy Birthday, Stanley Kubrick | Birth.Movies.Death.

Happy Birthday, Stanley Kubrick

“KUBRICK: An Art Tribute Show to the Films of Stanley Kubrick" at Spoke Art. Spoke Art will be presenting over 60 artist’s work of art dedicated to Stanley Kubrick in their new show “KUBRICK” which.

While Stanley Kubrick's science fiction masterpiece may not seem like a place to seek out decor inspiration, it actually features beautifully designed interiors that are sure to thrill fans of modern and classic styles alike.   - ELLEDecor.com

20 Movies You Need To Watch Before Decorating Your Home

Sets for A Space Odyssey were created by production designers Harry Lange, Ernest Archer, and Anthony Masters.In this shot, a Louis XVI space also sports contrasting nonlinear pieces that nod to Eero Saarinen.

Barry Lyndon (dir. Stanley Kubrick, 1975)

Ryan O' Neill in Barry Lyndon It was set like an oil painting by director Stanley Kubrick. Looks like a scene from Hogarth.

Stanley Kubrick's Amazing Old Photos Of The NYC Subway System: Gothamist

The subway platforms in the had plenty of PDA, as well as chewing gum machines.

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