Saul Bass was a great personality in American who was popularly known for his graphic designer works. Saul Bass is an Oscar-winning filmmaker who was an expert in the design of posters, motion pictures and corporate logos.
Saul Bass was born in the Bronx, New York, in the United States to European Jewish parents. The legendary graphic designer attended James Monroe High School in the Bronx and studied a part-time course at Arts Students League.
Saul Bass was tasked by a number of Hollywood filmmakers to design film posters and other media designs. Notable of the filmmakers that worked with Saul Bass are Stanley Kubrick, Billy Wilder, Martin Scorsese, Otto Preminger and Alfred Hitchcock.
What is Saul Bass famous for?
Saul Bass is famous for introducing the new art form that conveyed the essence of a movie and also prepared the audiences for the movies. Saul is noted for the design of motion picture title sequence, flyers, posters, brand and logo designs, and illustrations.
What art movement is Saul Bass?
Saul Bass designs a motion picture title sequence and animations. Saul Bass was a member of the Arts Students League.