John Malkovich Being Others

Snackwave, re-inventing the phone call, JR on Ellis Island and more in our weekly look at the web

Celebrated photographer Sandro Miller set out to pay homage to some
of his profession’s most iconic images, and to do so, he enlisted the help of actor John Malkovich. With tongue firmly in cheek, Malkovich resurrects each portrait’s main subject—from Dorothea Lange’s Migrant Mother (1936)
to Andy Warhol’s Self Portrait (1986)—with stunning resemblance.