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  1. Saul Bass is a designing man.
  2. 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.
  3. Saul Bass was one of the first to seize on the potential storytelling power of the opening and closing credits of a film.

Saul Bass

  1. This category lists pages and sites about the graphic designer, Saul Bass (1920 - 1996).
  2. This category lists sites that provide information, artwork and biographical data for Saul Bass.
  3. Designed by the graphic designer Saul Bass the titles featured an animated black paper-cut-out of a heroin addict---s arm.
  4. DM: Outside of my Family Saul Bass and Paul Rand were instrumental, there were others.
  5. The very gifted Kyle Cooper ( Seven, Sphere, Island of Dr. Moreau) does not hide the enormous influence Saul Bass had on his work.


  1. That cut-out arm caused a sensation and Saul Bass reinvented the movie title as an art form.
  2. It is believed that the first use of kinetic type on a screen was in the Hitchcock film North by Northwest; Saul Bass designed the opening credit sequence.
  3. For my poster, I began by taking the movie poster for the film that was likely Saul Bass’ most famous work, The Man with the Golden Arm.
  4. This daring notion is best represented by Saul Bass’ work on Man with the Golden Arm, directed by Otto Preminger and released in 1955.
  5. Saul Bass 's flaming rose image for Otto Preminger's Carmen Jones set a new look for movie title designs in 1954.

Title Sequence

  1. Figure 3. Still frames from the opening title sequence of Vertigo, designed by Saul Bass in 1958.
  2. This is Saul Bass’ final motion picture title sequence before his passing in 1996, for Martin Scorsese’s 1995 Casino.
  3. Figure 4. Still frames from opening title sequence Saul Bass designed for the motion picture Psycho, directed by Alfred Hitchcock in 1960.


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