This groovy classic film looks at the creative process through a series of fun, explorative shorts. Created in 1970 by the legendary graphic designer and film maker Saul Bass, the highly regarded film avoids pigeonholing the process of creation with explanations, but instead explores the varied experiences of different individuals through visual storytelling. Be sure to check out more on Saul Bass, creator of many famous company logos, film titles and movie posters.
Why Man Creates: A Classic Film by Legendary Saul Bass
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