Twenty years after his death the work of filmmaker Stanley Kubrick is being celebrated in a new exhibition at the London Design Museum.
The show was opened in west London by Kubrick's widow, the artist Christiane Kubrick. It includes costumes and props from his most famous films, including The Shining, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Full Metal Jacket, and Dr Strangelove.
The touring exhibition features around 700 objects, presented in a series of themed rooms, each focused on a individual film.
Visitors enter the exhibition whilst walking on a replica carpet from an iconic scene in The Shining, before entering a ‘one-point perspective’ corridor mirroring Kubrick’s famous camera technique.
Also on show is technical equipment from the filmmaking process.
Filmmaker Steven Spielberg said of the exhibition: