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Sandy Dvore

Sandy Dvore (? ā€“ Present)

Sandy Dvore is an Emmy Award-winning American illustrator and graphic and title designer. He grew up in Chicago and attended art school there in the late 1950s. He attracted worldwide attention as the designer of the cover art for Buffalo Springfield’s eponymous album. His highly imaginative and innovative title sequences, such as the walking partridges in the ABC sitcom series The Partridge Family and the iconic brush-stroke logo and paintings from the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, are held in high regard.

Dvore has created visual identities and design applications for United Artists, Picturemaker Productions, International Creative Management, Los Angeles International Film Exhibition, and Solo Cup Company. He also designed title sequences and other artwork for films such as Blacula (1972), For Pete’s Sake (1974) and Lipstick (1976).

Dvore has numerous awards and accolades, both national and international, to his credit and his work has been exhibited widely in various art galleries and museums throughout the world. He won the 1987 Emmy for Outstanding Graphic and Title Design for his work on the ABC comedy special Carol, Carl, Whoopi and Robin.

Sandy Dvore Elsewhere:

Official website
Sandy Dvore: The Guy Who Did “New”


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