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.

Anatomy of a Murder (1959). Graphic design: Saul Bass. - Follow the podcast https://www.facebook.com/ScreenWolf and https://twitter.com/screen_wolf

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

Love the Saul Bass movie posters! Otto Preminger's excellent film stars James Stewart, Lee Remick, George C. Scott and Ben Gazzara in one of the great courtroom movies.

Alfred Hitchcock - Rear Window - Movie Poster by Saul Bass

Your Guide To Finding the Best Vintage Film Posters

Alfred Hitchcock - Rear Window - Movie Poster by Saul Bass Uses clean space around the design. Made of mostly geometric shapes it shows Bauhaus influences.

Designspiration — Anton Stankowski Illustration 5 | Flickr – Condivisione di foto!

Anton Stankowski Illustration 5 from Graphis Anton Stankowski (June 1906 - December was a German graphic designer, photographer and painter. He developed an original Theory of Design and pioneered Constructive Graphic Art.

Buried - Poster inspired from Saul Bass

Thanks to MTV, here’s cool Saul Bass "Vertigo" style poster for Ryan Reynolds’s new movie Buried. Paul Conroy (Reynolds) is a U.

Foi designer gráfico e cineasta. É mais conhecido pelo seu trabalho de design gráfico no cinema e abertura de filmes.

Saul Bass - Graphics Designer and Artist Profession and style - cut out and composting technique.

Steven Heller: Before Saul Bass, designer/illustrators, including Arthur Hawkins Jr. and Gene (Eugene Thurston), were doing “Saul Bass” for a book company known as The Mystery League. It is a mystery to me that so little is known about Mr. Thurston. Any hints as to his lineage are gratefully accepted in the comments section.

What Danger Lurks In The Minds of Designers

Before Saul Bass, designer/illustrators, including Arthur Hawkins Jr. and Gene (Eugene Thurston), were doing “Saul Bass” for a book company known as The Mystery League.

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