John Malkovich Recreated 31 Of The Most Iconic Photos In History
If you've watched any of John Malkovich's work as an actor then you already know he is a world-class chameleon. And if you've seen 1999's Being John Malkovich, then you know the man has a sense of humor.
Now, with the help of photographer Sandro Miller, he's combined those two traits in a portrait series that has him channeling the subjects of iconic photos throughout history. Behold, Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage To Photographic Masters.
Warning: Malkovich as Monroe cannot be unseen.
Albert Einstein Sticking Out His Tongue by Arthur Sasse (1951)
John Lennon and Yoko Ono by Annie Leibovitz (1980)
Piss Christ by Andres Serrano (1987)
Marilyn in Pink Roses (from The Last Session, 1962) by Bert Stern
Che Guevara by Alberto Korda (1960)
Alfred Hitchcock with Goose by Albert Watson (1973)
Self Portrait (Fright Wig) by Andy Warhol (1986)
Ernest Hemingway by Yousuf Karsh (1957)
Green Marilyn by Andy Warhol (1962)
Muhammad Ali, New York by Carl Fischer (1967)
Mick Jagger 'Fur Hood' by David Bailey (1964)
Identical Twins, Roselle, New Jersey by Diane Arbus (1967)
Self Portrait by Robert Mapplethorpe (1983)
Jean Paul Gaultier by Pierre et Gilles (1990)
Salvador Dali by Philippe Halsman (1954)
Truman Capote, New York by Irving Penn (1948)
Jack Nicholson, London by Herb Ritts (1988)
American Gothic, Washington, D.C. by Gordon Parks (1942)
Migrant Mother, Nipomo, California by Dorothea Lange (1936)
Bette Davis, Actor, 08 November by Victor Skrebneski (1971)
Joe McGauley is a senior editor at Supercompressor and really jonesing to watch Con Air right now.