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Kubrick’s design collaborations
A panel of experts discuss the role of design in Stanley Kubrick’s films.
Stanley Kubrick was fascinated with all aspects of design. He collaborated with the leading designers of his generation, from Hardy Amies to Saul Bass, Eliot Noyes, Milena Canonero, and Ken Adam to create costumes, film posters, props and sets for some of the most iconic scenes in cinema history.
Join this panel of film and design experts for a discussion on the design narratives within Kubrick’s work.
Part of "Kubrick Now": A programme of events at the Design Museum and BFI Southbank.
Marina Willer is a graphic designer and film-maker and partner at Pentagram. She has led the design of major identities schemes for Tate, Southbank Centre, Serpentine Galleries, Oxfam, Nesta, Second Home, Amnesty International and Battersea dogs and cats home. Marina and her team designed the Ferrari exhibition for the Design Museum and the current Kubrick exhibition.
Rick Poynor is a writer, lecturer and curator specialising in design, photography and visual culture. He founded Eye magazine, co-founded Design Observer and contributes to many publications. He is Professor of Design and Visual Culture at the University of Reading.
Step inside the world of Stanley Kubrick, one of the greatest filmmakers of the 20th century.
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