To mark what would have been the movie title designer’s 93rd birthday, the Google cartoon recaps several of Bass’ films using his signature jagged edges and scattered text to the tune of
Bass, born in New York in 1920, worked in Hollywood with such film greats as Alfred Hitchcock,
The Oscar-winning designer revolutionized the look of opening credits by pairing American flair with 1920s Soviet aesthetics, from 1954's opera-inspired "Carmen Jones" to the 1998
So how many Bass movies was Google able to include? We counted nine in the 80-second montage.
From the top: Google's logo first gets a lift from "Man With the Golden Arm," then passes through the political stage of "Advise & Consent," the Roman Republic of "Spartacus" and into "West Side Story's" streets of New York.
Next, the search-engine logo is seen in the swirling eye of
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