Kubrick at LACMA

Holy crap, I’ve been really off my game. New job, broken computer, a whole host of things.

Now I have a bunch of things to show and talk about. If only I could upload my pictures to something. 🙂

At least a month ago, Lucas and I went to LACMA to see the Stanley Kubrick exhibit. We are both Kubrick fans. I took a whole class on him in college, so had seen almost all of the films. It is a pretty amazing exhibit. Lots of props and artifacts from the different productions. Here were some of the highlights for me:

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From the milk bar in Clockwork Orange.

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The typewriter from The Shining.

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That’s a letter from Saul Bass. Not super interesting, but look at that logo/signature! It makes me want to revisit the idea of coming up with a personal brand. Coming to my house would be like a trip to Disneyland except all the food would be shaped like my logo instead of Mickey’s ears.

If you are even a marginal Kubrick you need to see this exhibit! It closes at the end of the month. When we went,we spotted Russell Brand!

We took a few pictures outside the museum. Like Lucas riding a giant sloth:

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And some dumb ones of us and Levitating Mass.

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Here Lucas’s pose is, “get a load of this guy!” Referring to the Mass, of course.

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Have a great weekend everyone! Go out and see some art! We might hit up the Getty tomorrow.

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  1. YES! Go the The Getty. The exhibit on right now is called “Overdrive: L.A. Constructs the Future: 1940-1990” full of mid-century architecture and MORE!

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