by Saul Bass, in his book, Henri's Walk to Paris

Henri’s Walk to Paris: Legendary Designer Saul Bass’s Only Children’s Book, Resurrected Half a Century Later

That illustration out of "Henri's walk to Paris" by Saul Bass made my day. from a very lookable artice at brainpickings: (Mostly) Vintage Children’s Books by Iconic Graphic Designers"

In 1962, Bass collaborated with former librarian Leonore Klein on his only children’s book, which spent decades as a prized out-of-print collector’s item.

Henri’s Walk to Paris: Legendary Designer Saul Bass’s Only Children’s Book, Resurrected Half a Century Later

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Saul Bass "The Birds" movie poster. Use of negative space makes this poster more dramatic with the contrast between the red and white.

Girl Scouts (Saul Bass, 1978)

I have always really liked this Girl Scout logo. I like how the image appears to be various diverse but equal girls united together as scouts. Also they are together in what appears to be the shape of a Girl Scout's cookie.

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Saul Bass's wonderfully warm illustrations from 'Henri's Walk To Paris' come to mind on this sunny August day.

Saul Bass and Associates Idea publication (originally published in 1980 by Idea in Japan); photo taken by Jonathan Turner

Saul Bass and Associates Idea publication (originally published in 1980 by Idea in Japan); photo taken by Jonathan Turner

Henry's Walk to Paris Favs - Saul Bass by All Things Bright, via Flickr

JW: HOw about I buy some copies fo this book and wheatpaste the pages on the wall? From the book Henry's Walk to Paris, illustrated by Saul Bass

Saul Bass

With a string of iconographic images for directors such as Otto Preminger, Alfred Hitchcock and Martin Scorsese, graphic designer Saul Bass set the benchmark for cinema posters

SAUL BASS: From Hitchcock to Kubrick, Hollywood title-sequence pioneer celebrated with stylish video Google Doodle

SAUL BASS: Google Doodle celebrates film artist with must-see stylish video.

A personal journey with Martin Scorsese through American movies / Saul Bass

Saul Bass title sequence - A personal journey with Martin Scorsese through American movies

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