TV Series | | Comedy, Fantasy
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Album art director Bernie Yeszin followed founder Berry Gordy Jr. and his Motown's Music recording company when Gordy relocated from Detroit, Michigan, to Los Angeles in 1972. Bernie Yeszin was Motown's record company's in house art director, designing and supervising photo sessions for the recording companies album jacket covers. Production designer Hub Braden, after interviewing Bernie, hired Yeszin to design graphics and develop the production's correspondence letterheads, and assist in designing the series "Globatron" logo. With tongue in cheek, the wall mounted "Globatron" three dimensional graphic presentation was centered on a 48 inch iron 3/4" tubular ring. The foam dimensional sculpted symbolic red rose had a clear plastic world globe nestled inside the rose's bloom of flower petals. The featured world globe and red rose was centered upon the corporate office wall, mounted upon an open silver leaf finished swastika connected to the iron tubular outer ring. No one recognized the not so subtle implication of the "Globatron" symbolism.
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