To take shift focus for a day (tomorrow I will properly link up Invictus, already up on my new site, along with whatever else has been written there), a new entry in my ongoing series looking at directors' posters:
(The first image was doubled by me so as to provide an appropriate poster size without stretching the stamp-sized file beyond all recognition.)
After putting this post together, I discovered this piece which discusses each of Kubrick's major posters. Definitely worth checking out. A great picture of very young Stan at the top, too, camera in hand.
I originally had the "storybook" version of Lyndon up but re-considered and put in the more famous Saul Bass version, which I had ironically forgotten about. One of the tough things about these poster posts is that there was often not just one "primary poster" for a film, so one has to choose what best represents both the director at that period and the aesthetic of the age (as well as what, out of competing images, was the most iconic). Take that as you will.