John Malkovich Becomes Marilyn, Hitchcock, Einstein in Stunning Photo Re-creations

Sandro Miller
John Malkovich recreates Albert Watson's iconic image of Alfred Hitchcock

You'll never think of pink roses in the same way again

John Malkovich has always had a unique ability to transform into a character, but he has just upped the ante.

Photographer Sandro Miller captured the actor in re-creations of a number of iconic photographs for a series called Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich. The name of the series alludes to a classic scene in Being John Malkovich.

The photos will be on display at the Catherine Edelman Gallery in Chicago beginning Nov. 7.

The works are truly stunning, with one featuring Malkovich re-creating Albert Watson's iconic "Alfred Hitchcock With Goose" from 1973 (seen above).

Malkovich also mimics Arthur Sasse's "Albert Einstein Sticking Out His Tongue" (1951) and Bert Stern's "Marilyn in Pink Roses" (1962), among many others.

Click here to see the artist's website. 7-Post and Liberation initially reported on the artwork.

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Credit: Sandro Miller courtesy of Catherine Edelman Gallery Chicago 

Credit: Sandro Miller courtesy of Catherine Edelman Gallery Chicago 


Credit: Sandro Miller courtesy of Catherine Edelman Gallery Chicago

Credit: Sandro Miller courtesy of Catherine Edelman Gallery Chicago


Credit: Sandro Miller courtesy of Catherine Edelman Gallery Chicago


Credit: Sandro Miller courtesy of Catherine Edelman Gallery Chicago


Credit: Sandro Miller courtesy of Catherine Edelman Gallery Chicago

Sept. 23, 2:45 p.m. A previous version of this story incorrectly named one of the re-created images. THR regrets the error.

Sept. 23, 4:27 p.m. Updated with info on 7-Post and Liberation.

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