John Malkovich Recreates Iconic Photos

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Just when you thought John Malkovich couldn’t get in cooler…he did. A longtime friend of photographer Sandro Miller, Malkovich recently helped out with a little project. Titled “Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to photographic masters,” this project is all about recreating iconic photographs with–you guessed it–John Malkovich. Guys, prepare yourselves. The following photos are almost too amazing.

Dorothea Lange's "Migrant Mother"

Dorothea Lange’s “Migrant Mother”

Diane Arbus' "Identical Twins"

Diane Arbus’ “Identical Twins”

Albert Watson's "Albert Hitchcock with Goose"

Albert Watson’s “Albert Hitchcock with Goose”

Arthur Sasse's "Albert Einstein Sticking Out His Tongue"

Arthur Sasse’s “Albert Einstein Sticking Out His Tongue”

Bert Stern's "Marilyn in Pink Roses"

Bert Stern’s “Marilyn in Pink Roses”

Herb Ritts' "Jack Nicholson"

Herb Ritts’ “Jack Nicholson”

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Gordon Parks’ “American Gothic”

Alberto Korda's "Che Guevara"

Alberto Korda’s “Che Guevara”

Andy Warhol's "Self Portrait (Fright Wig)"

Andy Warhol’s “Self Portrait (Fright Wig)”

Victor Skrebneski's "Bette Davis"

Victor Skrebneski’s “Bette Davis”

Pierre et Gilles' "Jean Paul Gaultier"

Pierre et Gilles’ “Jean Paul Gaultier”

Philippe Halsman's "Salvador Dali"

Philippe Halsman’s “Salvador Dali”

You can find more pictures and information about this epic project here and here. I hope you guys got as much of a kick out of these as I did. I already liked John Malkovich, but I think it’s safe to say that I officially love him now. 🙂

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