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  • Alexandra J

    James Stewart & Kim Novak in Vertigo - 24"x36" Canvas Classic Movie Poster

  • Bradford School of Arts and Media

    Vertigo - Saul Bass brought a designer’s sense of iconography and purpose to film posters, and more importantly, to film-making in general. The man who created the AT&T logo designed only a few film posters in his early career, but his designs were enough to change the direction of film key art. When looking at his poster designs for films like Anatomy of a Murder, Vertigo, and Exodus, one can see how Bass was able to encapsulate a film’s narrative direction in a visual identity through graphic design.

  • Saul Karnovsky

    Vertigo - 1958 - USA Movie Poster - Art by Saul Bass - James Stewart in Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo

  • Frankie Geraci

    This Saul Bass classic is without a doubt, my favorite movie poster. Though it was created for the sole purpose of film promotion, it seemed to function on a much higher level from the moment it debuted. Bass' work here was revolutionary and not simply because it was different. With it, he boldly stated that functional images such as advertisements could have true artistic merit. His "Movie Art" was, simply, "art." And that made all the difference.

  • Nousheen's Question (documentary film)

    'Vertigo' (1958). Poster designed by Saul Bass. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Screenplay by Alec Coppel and Samuel A. Taylor. Based on the novel 'D'Entre Les Morts' by Pierre Boileau and Thomas Narcejac. Starring James Stewart as John 'Scottie' Ferguson and Kim Novak as Madeleine Elster/Judy Barton.

  • Katlyn Norris

    55 Best Movie Posters of All Time! |

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