Stanley Kubrick Inspired Movie Art

Art Stanley Kubrick by Joey Paur

The artwork you see here comes from artist Carlos Ramos, a storyboard artist/writer on Dexter's Labratory, Ni Hao Kai-lan and several other animated kids TV series. His artwork was inspired by the films of Stanley Kudrick, and he is holding a solo art exhibition at the Corpro Gallery July 10th thru August 3rd. 

11 years after the death of Stanley Kubrick, Ramos pays homage to the man who wrote and directed such films as A Clockwork Orange, Dr. Strangelove, The Shining and 2001: A Space Odyssey by transforming the galley into a retrospective space with graphic pieces celebrating the greatest and most respected filmmaker in history. Ramos faces his longtime obsession with Kubrick by painting interpretations of his films including the white-on-white habitations of 2001 to the Native American carpet patterns of The Shining to the matching white Droog uniforms in A Clockwork Orange. The emptiness and humanity of Stanley Kubrick’s subjects and characters and unique spacial design come to life thru Ramos’ unique eye.

These art pieces are very fun, and I think you'll get a kick out of them. Check them out below and tell us what you think!

What’s in Room 237? - The Shining

The Sadness and the Splendor - Barry Lyndon

H9 - 2001: A Space Odyssey

Forever And Ever - The Shining

The Overlook - The Shining

Alice Harford - Eyes Wide Shut

Moloko Plus - A Clockwork Orange

…And Beyond the Infinite - 2001: A Space Odyssey

For Those About To Die… - Spartacus

The Death of Frank Poole - 2001: A Space Odyssey

Hilton: Space Station 5 - 2001: A Space Odyssey

There’s Been a Terrible Accident - A Clockwork Orange

Dr. Strangelove - Dr. Strangelove

The Vision of Humbert Humbert - Lolita

About the artist Carlos Ramos:

Carlos Ramos was born and raised in Burbank, California and graduated from the California Institute of the Arts. Ramos has created numerous shows for Cartoon Network, Walt Disney Studios, and Nickelodeon, including The X’s and Chalkzone, which garnered him an Annie Award for Individual Achievment in Art Direction. Ramos’ work has been featured in numerous galleries and he used to co-host the Burning Brush auctions with Tim Biskup in the early days of Pop Surrealism. He currently lives in the hills of Silverlake.

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