Saul Bass / Diseñador gráfico estadounidense •   Ligado estrechamente al cine, sus carteles y créditos de películas son una referencia para mi, en relación a la historia del diseño en el cine.

Saul Bass: A Life in Film & Design by Jennifer Bass and Pat Kirkham – review

Como consultor visual, Saul Bass tinha o trabalho de criar os "Story Boards"para…

Saul Bass. Carteles de Cine.

"The Man With The Golden Arm" (1955) A dried-out heroin addict returns to his wife and card dealing in Chicago.

Saul Bass: Anatomy of a Poster

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Vertigo // Directed by	Alfred Hitchcock  Produced by	Alfred Hitchcock  Written by	Alec Coppel  Samuel A. Taylor  Story by	Pierre Boileau  Thomas Narcejac  Starring	James Stewart  Kim Novak  Barbara Bel Geddes  Music by	Bernard Herrmann  Cinematography	Robert Burks  Editing by	George Tomasini  Distributed by	Paramount Pictures, Universal Pictures (1983-present)  Release date(s)	May 9, 1958

The Complete Saul Bass: Four Decades of Classic Movie Posters

"Vertigo" Movie Poster designed by Saul Bass. Opening credits for "Vertigo" Movie animated by Saul Bass.

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Artist Research – Saul Bass

About Saul Bass.Saul Bass was anAmerican graphic designerwho became famous for hiswork in film and classic logodesign.

American Graphic Arts Legend, Saul Bass, would have been 94 today: The-Two-Of-Us-poster-007.jpg

American Graphic Arts Legend, Saul Bass, would have been 94 today

With a string of iconographic images for directors such as Otto Preminger, Alfred Hitchcock and Martin Scorsese, graphic designer Saul Bass set the benchmark for cinema posters

The Godfather - Saul Bass - Non-Alamo Graphic Art Movie Posters

The Godfather - Saul Bass - Non-Alamo Graphic Art Movie Posters. Although he uses a lot of bold and solid shapes in his work they form familiar images like this one representing the movie called The Godfather.