If you don’t know the name Saul Bass, it’s highly likely you’ll know his work. Considered to be one of the great designers of the twentieth century, he’s been responsible for some of the most iconic industrial logos ever created - including Warner Brothers, Quaker, AT&T and Continental Airlines. He has also designed some of the most memorable movie posters of all time including ‘West Side Story’, ‘Vertigo’, ‘The Man with the Golden Arm’ and ‘The Shining’.
This is a beautiful book that captures over 1,400 examples of Bass’s work, which only goes to prove that great design is timeless.
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