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From the Publisher"... A superb guide...." —Wall Street Journal
Saul Bass, best known for transforming the way movies begin, was in fact a designer of incredible versatility. As design historian Pat Kirkham shows in his forthcoming book on Bass <http://www.laurenceking.com/product/Saul+Bass:+A+Life+in+Film+—-+Design.htm> (co-authored with Bass' daughter Jennifer), the legendary "visual communicator" also applied his graphic wizardry to album and book covers, typefaces, packaging, retail displays, a hi-fi system, toys and a postage stamp.
"Surely Bass already has a monograph—he must. But he didn't, until now.....Today, everyone claims to be a multidisciplinary designer, but Bass was one of the first to be commercially successful at it—45 years ago."
"Saul Bass ... Possibly the most famous graphic designer of all time....yet no definitive monograph of his prolific, monumental work has existed—until now."—The Atlantic
"Few cineastes would disagree that, among designers of motion-picture graphics, Saul Bass is the king of them all." —Metropolis.com
"...the first major book on his work....the book paints an engaging picture of Bass as a vigorous, highly disciplined man with a gift for friendship and sense of fun."—The New York Times, and this same review by Alice Rawsthorn also appeared in the INTERNATIONAL HEARLD TRIBUNE.