Want to know which title sequences are being referenced in Google’s great Saul Bass Doodle? Here’s a list On Wednesday, Google celebrated the occasion of what would have been graphic designer Saul Bass’ 93rd birthday with an outstanding animated, interactive graphic referencing some of the designer’s best-known opening credits. Bass, who was best known for his work with Alfred Hitchcock, also designed title credits and posters for West Side Story and Spartacus, among other films, but where do those titles (and others) fit into the Google animation?
Jays logos from 1977-2012 The new blue jay looks a lot like the old blue jay, but there were some, uh, interesting logos in between. Here’s our critique of past designs. Graphic: Jonathon Rivait/National Post
Graphic designer Lydia Leith is selling the sacks from her design website for £3 a piece (just under $5). “The sick bags started as a joke that came up around the dinner table,” says Ms. Leith. “Being quite a fan of royal memorabilia I thought it would be a fun alternative thing to make.”