Saul Bass
Saul Bass: Early Life.
Born: May 8, 1920
Died: April 25, 1996
Bass was born in New York to Eastern European Jewish immigra...
Saul Bass: Films
Started going into film poster making when he collaborated with
filmmaker Otto Preminger, designed a film...
Saul Bass: Films
Bass became quickly known in the film industry after
creating the title sequence for Preminger’s film: Th...
Saul Bass: Films
In 1960, Saul Bass also created movie poster and title
sequence for movie: Exodus.
Saul Bass: Films
Other films and title sequences that he did
were: Edge of the City, Storm Center, Love in
the Afternoon, ...
Saul Bass: Logos
Bass is also well-known for creating some of
the best-remembered, most iconic logos of
North America, ran...
Saul Bass: Logos
The Bell Telephone logo was created by Bass
in 1969, then later turned into what is known as
the AT&T Glo...
Saul Bass: Logos
In 1969, Bass also designed a logo for Quaker
Oats company. To this day, the logo is still
used corporate...
Saul Bass: Logos
The Boys and Girls Clubs of America logo was
also designed by Bass, but in 1978.
Saul Bass: Logos
Other logos that Saul Bass created within his
career are: Alcoa, Avery International,
Celanese, Dixie, Fr...
Saul Bass: Death
Saul Bass passed away on April 25, 1996 in
Los Angeles, California. The cause of death
was non-Hodgkins l...
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  1. 1. Saul Bass
  2. 2. Saul Bass: Early Life. Born: May 8, 1920 Died: April 25, 1996 Bass was born in New York to Eastern European Jewish immigrant parents. Graduated from James Monroe High in the Bronx, studied part-time at the Art Students League. Attended Brooklyn College upon graduating from James Monroe High School. Began working in Hollywood during 1940’s, doing print work for films ads. Bass,whose first marriage ended in divorce, hired Elaine Makatura as his first employee; they were married in 1961.
  3. 3. Saul Bass: Films Started going into film poster making when he collaborated with filmmaker Otto Preminger, designed a film poster for the 1954 film, Carmen Jones. Preminger was impressed with Bass’ work that he asked him to produced the title sequence as well.
  4. 4. Saul Bass: Films Bass became quickly known in the film industry after creating the title sequence for Preminger’s film: The Man with the Golden Arm. (1955.)
  5. 5. Saul Bass: Films In 1960, Saul Bass also created movie poster and title sequence for movie: Exodus.
  6. 6. Saul Bass: Films Other films and title sequences that he did were: Edge of the City, Storm Center, Love in the Afternoon, Saint Joan, Bonjour Tristesse, The Big Country, Vertigo, Anatomy of a Murder, Schlinder’s List, The Shining, Very Happy Alexander and many more to name.
  7. 7. Saul Bass: Logos Bass is also well-known for creating some of the best-remembered, most iconic logos of North America, ranging from AT&T to United Airlines.
  8. 8. Saul Bass: Logos The Bell Telephone logo was created by Bass in 1969, then later turned into what is known as the AT&T Globe.
  9. 9. Saul Bass: Logos In 1969, Bass also designed a logo for Quaker Oats company. To this day, the logo is still used corporately.
  10. 10. Saul Bass: Logos The Boys and Girls Clubs of America logo was also designed by Bass, but in 1978.
  11. 11. Saul Bass: Logos Other logos that Saul Bass created within his career are: Alcoa, Avery International, Celanese, Dixie, Frontier Airlines, General Foods, Girl Scouts of the USA, Lawry’s Foods, Quaker Oats, United Airlines and Wienerschnitzel.
  12. 12. Saul Bass: Death Saul Bass passed away on April 25, 1996 in Los Angeles, California. The cause of death was non-Hodgkins lymphoma. ( The source was family.)

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