Photographer Sandro Miller first met the actor John Malkovich in the late 1990s, producing a high-octane creative collaboration that has lasted 17 years. Their most recent endeavor has Malkovich morphing into the famous people -- including Marilyn Monroe, Meryl Streep, Ernest Hemingway and Albert Einstein -- in legendary photos by the likes of Annie Liebovitz, Diane Arbus and Bert Stern, among others, for "Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters."
A double-take is necessary to realize the images are not the originals, which is what makes them so fantastically successful and eye-catching.
Miller says of Malkovich, "He has such a high level of self-confidence, which was important if I was going to ask him to do Marilyn Monroe. " Malkovich jumped in wholeheartedly with the makeup, particularly the lipstick.
Real hair, handwoven was use for the the wig.
Andy Warhol / Green Marilyn (1962), 2014
CBSNews.com Senior Photo Editor Radhika Chalasani