Last week we were graced with John Malkovich's homage to some of history's most iconic images. Now, thanks to a humorous caricature artist, British actor Rowan Atkinson, aka Mr. Bean, is making his own mark on (art) history. Rodney Pike...Show More Summary
The iconic star of Some Like It Malkovich and The Seven Year Malkovich smoldered with an almost malkovichian sensuality. Though you may not be aware of its existence, there is another universe that runs just beside our own. This parallel reality touches our own at precisely one point: John Malkovich. Show More Summary
When actor John Malkovich takes on a role, he really goes for it. So, when longtime friend and collaborator, photographer Sandro Miller, who goes by his first name, decided he wanted to recreate his favorite iconic images as tribute to his most beloved photographers, he knew who to ask to be the stand-in model for the images. Show More Summary
In a famous—and famously disquieting—scene from 1999’s Being John Malkovich, the eponymous thespian enters a mysterious portal into his own brain and there encounters dozens of Malkovich doppelgängers of both genders. Fifteen years later,...Show More Summary
Actor John Malkovich has always shown his diversity on screen, but a new photo exhibit titled ”Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters” showcases the thespian’s talents as he recreates iconic photographic… John Malkovich Recreates Iconic Portraits Shot by Sandro Miller is a post by Marta Sundac on Highsnobiety.
This Photographer Put John Malkovich Into Iconic Portraits Of The Past
All art can stop being made because this is it. This is the best. Photographer Sandro Miller and John Malkovich teamed up to recreate famous portraits from history in their photo series Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters and it's absolutely perfect. And hilarious. And the best. Read more...
Perhaps tired of everyone having the opportunity to be John Malkovich, actor John Malkovich has teamed up with friend and photographer Sandro Miller to recreate famous portraits throughout history and be everyone else. The project is cheekily entitled: Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich, and there is no name better than that. Show More Summary
From photographer Sandro Miller, in collaboration with the actor himself, recreations of iconic photographs with John Malkovich in place of the original subjects. Tags: John Malkovich Sandro Miller photography remix
A series by artist Sandro Miller in which the subjects of iconic photos are replaced by actor John Malkovich. Read the rest
Being John Malkovich must be strange.
John Malkovich took part in a new art project with American photographer Sandro Miller in which the"Crossbones" star poses in recreations of iconic photographs. The final products are on display at Chicago's Catherine Edelman Gallery from Nov. Show More Summary
Being John Malkovich? How about John Malkovich being others? In photographer Sandro Miller's series Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters, the actor transforms himself in order to re-create some of history's greatest portraits. Show More Summary
John Malkovich has appeared in some iconic movies. And now, well, he’s appearing in some iconic photographs. Photographer Sandro Miller recently unveiled his latest project “Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to photographic masters.” And it’s pretty awesome. Haven’t you ever wondered what John Malkovich would look like as a migrant mother? Or Che Guera? Or Albert […]
Sandro Miller enlisted the help of John Malkovich to create Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich, an homage to all the photographers who have inspired Miller throughout the years.
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It started two years ago, in the Chicago studio of renowned advertising photographer Sandro Miller. Hollywood star John Malkovich donned Truman Capote’s too-long overcoat, crouched in a makeshift corner and, for a short time at least, became Capote, as the author had been captured in Irving Penn’s famous 1948 portrait. “I’ve always looked at John and thought […]
Because John Malkovich can do anything.
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Everyone’s favorite Siri spokesman John Malkovich has graciously lent his talents to photographer Sandro Miller, who’s given the world the gift of … Read More