• Stanley Kubrick's Candid Subway Photographs
  • Posted 37 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 24748 Views
  • Prior to making legendary films such as A Clockwork Orange and Full Metal Jacket, filmmaker Stanley Kubrick was actually a relatively prominent photojournalist who shot for publications like Look Magazine. This collection of vintage photographs were shot in the 40s using a hidden camera placed inside Kubrick's coat and give us a candid look at life on the New York subway.

    • Awesome stuff!
    • Gazza Posted 37 months ago · 84 Reply
    • love them!
    • t Posted 37 months ago · 70 Reply
    • You're not allowed to make these kinds of images as freely anymore. The last time I shot an image in an NYC subway a man yelled at me and said, "Put that camera away! We're at war!"
    • littlesofter Posted 37 months ago · 91 Reply
    • Gives a nice background picture to William Burroughs stories, thanks for posting these!
    • Ewan Posted 36 months ago · 94 Reply
    • is there a book with those beautiful pictures?
    • sennah.tumblr.com Posted 37 months ago · 89 Reply
    • @Sennah http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/0714844381/ref=asc_df_07148443817648394?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=googlecouk06-21&linkCode=asn&creative=22206&creativeASIN=0714844381 not a bad price for a hardcover, either.
    • michael Posted 36 months ago · 69 Reply
    • Walker Evans did a very similar series in the 1930's named "Many Are Called"
    • Brian Posted 36 months ago · 87 Reply
    • The Exhibition is at Bruxelles, Beaux-Arts Museum
    • David Posted 36 months ago · 68 Reply
    • I love these! Pure urban inspiration
    • Evan Posted 35 months ago · 97 Reply