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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sandy Dvore
NationalityAmerican
OccupationGraphic Designer, Motion Picture Main Title Designer, Graphic Artist

Sandy Dvore is an American artist, graphic designer, and title designer.[1]

Biography

Sandy Dvore was born in Chicago where he studied at the American Academy of Art from 1953-54.[2] He moved to California in 1958, aspiring to be an actor.[3]

Around 1962, he met Hollywood publicist Guy McElwaine playing baseball, who represented Natalie Wood, Warren Beatty, Judy Garland and Tony Bennett and needed ads created.[2][3] Through this connection, Dvore became well known for designing back cover art for Sammy Davis Jr. in Variety. Dvore then illustrated an ad for Judy Garland for Judy at Carnegie Hall which caught the attention of American theatrical agent and film producer Freddie Fields. The pair worked together for 13 years on numerous projects. Dvore would go on to illustrate hundreds of ads for stars like Frank Sinatra, Liza Minnelli, Natalie Wood, David Bowie, Mick Jagger, and Steve McQueen. His minimal but vibrant illustrated trade ads held the coveted back pages of The Hollywood Reporter and Variety for years.[3]

Sandy Dvore is best known for his work in designing television title sequences, such as the walking partridges in The Partridge Family, and the brush-stroke logo and paintings from the long-running soap opera The Young and the Restless. His film title credits include the 1976 film Lipstick and the 1972 Blaxploitation thriller Blacula. He also designed the opening credits for selected seasons of the nighttime soap opera Knots Landing.[3]

Dvore's work in graphic design won him an Emmy Award in 1987 for Carol, Carl, Whoopi and Robin.[4]

Logo design

  • United Artists; Picturemaker Productions
  • International Creative Management (ICM)
  • Los Angeles International Film Exhibition (Filmex)
  • The Young and the Restless
  • Solo Cup Company
  • A Lorimar Production
  • The Komack Company

Television Title Sequences

Filmography

References

  1. ^ Sandy Korda (2015-01-09), The Creative Portfolio of Sandy Dvore; Icon Maker to the Stars, retrieved 2016-12-05
  2. ^ a b "From Chicago to Hollywood with Designer Sandy Dvore:". Design AGO. Retrieved 2019-06-03.
  3. ^ a b c d "Sandy Dvore: A Career Retrospective". Art of the Title. Retrieved 2017-12-16.
  4. ^ "Sandy Dvore". Television Academy. Retrieved 2019-06-03.

External links

This page was last edited on 28 April 2020, at 21:43
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