Dr. Strangelove recreated via everyday objects


I’ve been known to sample Dr. Strangelove myself (and will be doing so again shortly), so this fantastic set of images recreating stills from one of my supreme favorite flicks really broke on through…

The photoset and interview reveal that this show will come to Vancouver’s Contemporary Art Gallery in July. I’m there!

Peace and precious bodily fluids.

Via Boing Boing.

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One Response to Dr. Strangelove recreated via everyday objects

  1. Jim says:

    Magical, just magical. The British officer is one of Peter Sellers’s best performance, it even competes with Quilty from Lolita (my personal favorite). And did I ever tell I love Sterling Hayden? This reminds me of a totally tangential thought- ever see the installation art of Edward Kienholz. If not, check out the garage piece at the LACMA -awesome.

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