TASS, November 19th The graphic designer, Pablo Ferro, was well-known for his work on Dr. Strangelove, or How to Learn, Do not Attack and Love the Atomic Bom and Clockwork Orange, died at Sedona, Arizona, at the age of 84. This was reported on Sunday by the Hollywood Reporter magazine, identifying relatives.
According to his knowledge, Ferro died on 16 November after complications after pneumonia, but became known only on November 19. The artist had two children, three sisters and a brother.
Pablo Ferro is a graphic designer and an artist of Cuban origin. At the beginning of his career, Ferro worked with Stan Lee to create comic books. Success came to the artist after working on the design of the name and movie Stanley Kubrick "Doctor Strangelove, or How I learned not to worry and fall in love with the atomic bomb" (1964). In 1971, Ferro died again with the director, creating a trailer for his "A Clockwork Orange" film. Pablo Ferro was also the producer and director of the romantic comedy. "I'll carry all my burden with me" (Fi, Fi and Fi, 1992).