At London’s Design Museum, Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition explores the iconic director’s roster of films through their design process, visualization of genre and vision for the future. Curator Deyan Sudjic and designer Marina Willer guide attendees through Kubrick’s storytelling, directing and editing by way of 500 objects—from costumes to props and production memos. Sudjic and Willer organize the exhibit into seven design sections—a first for the exhibit which has previously run based on film chronology. And from Kubrick’s use of symmetrical one-point perspective to his dissection of moral controversies and bleak vision of the future, it’s as close as we will get to the auteur. Read more at Dezeen.