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The following is a rough outline of what my essay will include.
Saul Bass: how did he discover the communication aspect in design? how did he speak clearly through his design to such a wide audience.
How he was able to decide how designs are able to have longevity.
What are the secrets.
Tips that he would suggest to students?
What are his rules with design? His ideologies with his design.
How did he achieve a direct to the point, simplistic design?
A SUMMARY OF HIS PERSONAL+ CAREER LIFE
“Born: May 8, 1920 NYC
-Education: Student Art Students League 1939. Student Brooklyn Collage 1945; Doctorate at Philadelphia Music Collage of Art. Doctorate at L.A. Art Center Collage of Design. Doctorate at Otis and Parsons Art institute.
-Family: Married to Elaine Makatura, Sept. 30, 1961. Their children are Jennifer, Jeffrey.
Movies: “Man with Golden Arm” in 1995, “Carmen Jones”, “Anatomy of a Murder”, “West side story walk on the wild side”, “around the world in 80 days”, “psycho”, “vertigo”, "Goodfellas," "Cape Fear," "The Age of Innocence" and "Casino".
Logos: A.T.&T., the Bell System, Minolta and Quaker Oats. For United Airlines
-Career: Freelance graphic designer, NYC, 1936-46; propr. Saul Bass & Assocs., Inc., Los Angeles, 1946-96
-Death: Died Apr. 25, 1996
HIS MOVEMENT/ STYLE. HISTORICAL PERIOD
-minimalist amateur style that reduced to a single dominant image in space to tell a whole story that depicted a complex message
-1954 and 1995
HOW HAS THE WORK INFLUENCED CONTEMPORARY DESIGN?
-Saul Bass's work reaches out to not just designers, or students, or observers of design, or those who know and can explain what a designer is and does, but simply people—many, many people
-Tom Whallen as an example
-A great designer
-he was able to stretch his reach into so many areas
-Saul was a master at dipping in any area