002: Clockwork Orange



Stanley Kubrick’s 1971 adaptation of Anthony Burgess’ novel is an exploration of violence and experimental rehabilitation by law enforcement authorities. It has been described that the film is a “sociopolitical statement about the government’s threat against personal freedom”, and that Kubrick “is denouncing brainwashing of every kind and making a plea for free-will”. The film became one of the most controversial films of the decade. The original poster was designed by the well known Spanish painter, photomontager, muralist and communist militant Josep Renau Berenguer who also influenced some of the largest artistic masterpieces of the 20th century.

Featured Parts

• Chain

• Rear Cassette


While I was an undergrad at the University of Arizona, my studies in film history often included Stanely Kubrik’s work. His work is timeless, and full of nuance. As a huge Kubrik nerd, this one represents a piece of my identity—and is also the catalyst for the 100 Hoopties concept.

001: Pink Floyd
003: De Stijl