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Beautiful Movie Icon Designs


There is no doubt that the American graphic designer Saul Bass was a legend in his field, creating countless memorable film title sequences, posters and logos.

He was particularly famous for his contributions to Otto Preminger's The Man With The Golden Arm and Alfred Hitchcock's North by Northwest and Psycho, together with work for Stanley Kubrick and Martin Scorsese.

Brazilian designer Rodrigo Gafa has used Bass' style as the inspiration for this fantastic series of move icons, featuring the likes of The Shining, Despicable Me and Cast Away.

Check them all out below and see how many films you can name.

(Images: Rodrigo Gafa)

[via Creative Bloq]



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