(1923 - 1999)
Bob Cato was active/lived in Illinois, New York. Bob Cato is known for painting, graphic design.
Biography Bob Cato
Bob Cato (1923 – 19 March 1999) was a graphic designer whose work in record album cover design contributed to the development of music and popular culture for five decades. He was vice president of creative services at Columbia Records, and later at United Artists.
Bob Cato was raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. As a teenager, he studied with Mexican painters Pablo O'Higgins and José Clemente Orozco. A Quaker, Cato was imprisoned during World War II as a conscientious objector. He then lived in Chicago, studying with László Moholy-Nagy of the Bauhaus school. Moving to Philadelphia in 1947, Cato studied with renowned art director and magazine designer Alexey Brodovich, eventually becoming Brodovitch's assi
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