Breathtaking Shots of NYC Subway Taken in 1946 By Stanley Kubrick

Before Stanley Kubrick new that he is becoming the history’s most famous director of films like: A Clockwork Orange, A Space Odyssey and The Shining, he started his career as a photographer for Look magazine at a very young age of 17.

For more than a period of two weeks in 1946, Kubrick has been capturing some breathtaking moments of people's daily lives on the New York City Subway. He took more than 15,000 shots and completed 129 assignments during his tenure at LOOK. Most of Kubrick’s photographs features candid, intimate and humorous moments of couples, families and passengers of all type and sex.

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New York Subway

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Look magazine history photos

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