Milan Vuckovic mashed up two things most humans love by re-imagining Game of Thrones' opening credits in the style of Saul Bass, the master of the title sequence. It's like if Game of Thrones existed in the 60s.
In the late 1960s, the telecommunications revolution was in full swing. Yet the logo of its biggest innovator, AT&T, had remained the same for 80 years. It was time for a complete brand overhaul, so AT&T tapped legendary graphic designer Saul Bass to do it. After working on a new logo for one year—one year!—this is…
Remaking movie posters into ultra-minimal cinematic tributes has been one of the Internet’s favorite past-times of late, but the staid results—while occasionally clever—lack heart. Passion. Excitement.
Saul Bass was behind some of the most indelible intro title sequences in movie history. Casino, North By Northwest, Vertigo. He died in 1996, and just a few days ago, Google broke out a Doodle for his birthday. And now here's a pretty damn great nerd tribute on top. Four movie posters for Game of Thrones, in Bass's…
This short video mashes up 25 different movie title sequences over a 40 year period. From 1954 with Carmen Jones to 1995 with Casino, all the title sequences were created by the great Saul Bass. I can watch them forever.
Saul Bass is known for his work in famous 60s title sequences like Psycho and North by Northwest. So what would it look like if he made the opening to Tron? Vimeo user Hexagonall gives us an idea. [Wired]