1 edition of [Interview with Saul Bass]. found in the catalog.
[Interview with Saul Bass].
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Saul Bass (May 8, – Ap ) was an American graphic designer and Academy Award-winning filmmaker, best known for his design of motion-picture title sequences, film posters, and logos.. Quotes . My initial thoughts about what a title can do was to set mood and the prime underlying core of the film's story, to express the story in some metaphorical way. Saul Bass, Director: Why Man Creates. Saul Bass was born in New York City in and is a widely acclaimed graphic designer with a career spanning over 40 years. Among his most famous works are the title sequences for such classic films as The Man with the Golden Arm (), North by Northwest (), and Psycho (). Bass used his innovative ideas and unique .
Saul Bass was a prominent American graphic designer of the twentieth-century. He largely designed motion picture title sequences, corporate logos and movie posters. He was a pioneer of the modern title sequence designing. He enjoyed four decades of successful career in his lifetime, winning Academy Award for his exquisite graphic designing. Author Pat Kirkham discusses the opening titles for The Man with the Golden Arm, from her authoritative book Saul Bass: A Life in Film and , Preminger again defied Production Code guidelines when adapting Nelson Algren's powerful novel about drug addiction, a taboo topic in mid-century America. The challenge facing Saul was how to create .
A few American mid-century modern designers made children’s books. Saul Bass made one too. In fact, only one in Henri’s Walk To Paris, illustrated and designed by Bass and written by Leonore Klein was forgotten for decades. It wasn’t Bass’s best work. But it is great to see him in this medium. It looks as if he had taken the storyboard for a film title sequence and enlarged it . Saul Bass, 75, Designer, Dies; Made Art Out of Movie Titles more creative than having the names of the movie's stars and production staff revealed by the turning pages of the book. But when Mr.
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Saul Bass (/ b æ s /; May 8, – Ap ) was an American graphic designer and Oscar-winning filmmaker, best known for his design of motion-picture title sequences, film posters, and corporate logos. During his year career, Bass worked for some of Hollywood's most prominent filmmakers, including Alfred Hitchcock, Otto Preminger, Billy Wilder, Stanley Born: May 8,The Bronx, New York, U.S.
Following is an excerpt from their conversation, as found in the Saul Bass papers, which reside at the Academy’s Margaret Herrick Library. The interview was conducted as part of the film, Bass. Jennifer Bass is a graphic designer and artist. She has worked at CBS Television in New York and at Sussman/Prejza & Company in Los Angeles.
Inshe and her husband, Lance Glover, opened their studio, Treehouse Design Partnership in Los Angeles, working in the areas of environmental graphics, identity and book by: Creator: Bass, Saul, Forms part of: Edward Biberman papers, Rights Statement: Current copyright status is undetermined.
Citation Information: Saul Bass and Edward Biberman. Interview with Saul Bass, episode 20 of the Dialogues in art television series, or Edward Biberman papers, Saul Bass (May 8, – Ap ) was a graphic designer and filmmaker, perhaps best known for his design of film posters and title sequences.
Saul worked side-by-side with his wife Elaine Bass for much of his career. Saul Bass, who would have turned on May 8,designed the [Interview with Saul Bass]. book and '60s. His work is still with us today. [Interview with Saul Bass].
book more than 60 years, graphic designer Saul Bass created some of the most influential movie poster designs and movie title sequences in the Twentieth Century and helped give the commercial art of. Saul Bass () was a Bronx- born graphic designer who took his New York style to California and became famous for his work in film and classic logo design.
He studied in New York at the Art Students’ League as a teenager and developed a uni. Saul Bass, American graphic designer and filmmaker who introduced a new art form with his imaginative film title sequences that conveyed the essence of a movie and prepared audiences for what they were about to see.
His title sequences included the opening credits for Otto Preminger’s The Man with the Golden Arm. Send Email. Recipient(s) will receive an email with a link to '"Saul, Can You Make Me a Title?": Interview with Saul Bass' and will not need an account to access the content.
This said, Saul Bass: A Life in Film & Design combines the appeal of a book aimed at a more general readership with academic rigour more convincingly than many other books on art and design. As such it proves that—even at times of online media—more traditional and scholarly sound publications on visual culture can be designed and produced.
T he opening and closing credits in a film are a form of housekeeping, fulfilling a legal obligation to compile the names of cast and crew who made the final product possible. Visionary designer Saul Bass saw the aesthetic potential in these cinematic bookends and, over the course of a four-decade career in the movie industry, pushed them into previously.
Books. The World’s Best Typography: The 40th Annual of the Type Directors Club. This beautiful page book features over full-color images of international graphic design and type design in a wide range of categories, including books, magazines, corporate identities, logos, stationery, annual reports, video and web graphics, and posters.
BOOK OF THE YEAR for graphic designers is a tough thing to live up to. Phil Meggs, Alex White, Steven Heller, all worthy authors in the design community. We've had at least a few of the "greats" honor the pages of DTG Design Bookshelf - Seymour Chwast, Milton Glaser, Andy Warhol, David Lance Goines -- and now I take great pleasure in adding another of the all-time greats, SAUL BASS.
The Saul Bass Poster Archive This online archive was created to feature the many posters designed by Saul Bass () throughout his sixty year career, with examples drawn from his private collection.
The collection is in the process of being catalogued with only a portion currently on view. When complete, this online archive will contain [ ]. This playlist is meant as a tribute to Saul Bass ().
He was a great graphic designer who became well-known as a genius main title designer for movie. Saul Bass Book non-Review Ben Terrett takes on Saul Bass: A Life in Film and Design: “He seems like a cool character too. I bet meetings with Saul Bass were cool.” Visit link.
Thanks to Logo Design Love for the tip. See what else happened on. The man, of course, is Saul Bass, and this footage of him comes from a long-form interview conducted by designer and educator Archie Boston. InBoston paid a visit to Bass' studio for a project called 20 Outstanding Los Angeles Designers, shooting a conversation that touched on many subjects, including the eminence's main piece of advice.
Bass's stylistic influence can be seen in popular Hollywood franchises from the Pink Panther to James Bond, as well as in more contemporary works such as Steven Spielberg's Catch Me If You Can () and television's Mad first book to examine the life and work of this fascinating figure, Saul Bass: Anatomy of Film Design explores the.
Saul Bass: A Life in Film & Design will be published in November The book was compiled by Bass’s daughter Jennifer Bass and design historian. This beautiful book designed by his daughter, Jennifer Bass, provides an in depth account of all of Saul Bass's work.
The book was rich in detail, and I found the notes at the end describing his very personal creative process particul Teton County Call No: Bass J/5(16).Saul Bass: A Life in Film & Design, by Jennifer Bass and Pat Kirkham.
Designed by Saul Bass’s daughter Jennifer and written by distinguished design historian Pat Kirkham, who knew Saul Bass, this book contains more than 1, illustrations, many from the Bass archive and never published before, providing an in-depth account of one of the.Interview with Bass and Billy Wilder by P.
Kirkham, in Sight and Sound (London), June Interview by Pamela Haskin, in Film Quarterly (Berkeley), Fall On BASS: book— Nelson, G., Saul Bass, New York, Morgenstern, Joe, Saul Bass: A Life in Film Design, Santa Monica, On BASS: articles— Print (New York.