A Clockwork Orange (Variant) Poster
Utilizing an impossible array of colors in a shifting and surrealistic geometric landscape, Murugiah boldly redefines Kubrick's masterpiece of sci-fi delinquency. We've only just begun collaborating with Murugiah, but are absolutely stunned by his work and can't wait to see what comes next. This release is in conjunction with our friends at the Thought Bubble Comic Art Festival.
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"'How art thou, thou globby bottle of cheap, stinking chip-oil?’ A Clockwork Orange - something organic, made to work mechanically. The film is about one’s deepest instincts and their own human nature. It is positing that we are an aggressive species! Alex DeLarge’s feral nature and psychopathy is where I wanted to go with this poster via a colour palette that feels novel. Creating a mechanical framework housing motifs and details from Kubrick’s disturbing and masterful picture. Kubrick’s way of distorting space blends effortlessly with the subject matter and nadsat of Anthony Burgess’s novel which is another way of how I wanted to journey through this project. By the end... 'I was cured all right.’" - Murugiah