<p>Pablo Ferro (born January 15, 1935) is a graphic designer and film titles designer.
Born in Antilla, Oriente Province, Cuba, he was raised on a remote farm until emigrating to New York with his family as a teen.
Ferro taught himself animation from a book by Preston Blair. In the mid-50s he began freelancing in the New York animation industry for Academy Pictures and Elektra Studios. He found his first solid job with a company that made commercials. It was while working there that he met and befriended former Disney animator William Tytla, who became a mentor. Another co-worker was Stan Lee, the then-future editor of Marvel Comics, with whom he created a series of science fiction adventure comics. In 1961 he became one of the partners to form Ferro, Mogubgub and Schwartz with animation stylist Fred Mogubgub, and in 1964 he formed Pablo Ferro Films.
Though he has amassed film credits as a director, editor, and producer, he is most famous for his title design. A contemporary of Saul Bass, Ferro has done title sequences for such classic films as Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964), The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming, (1966), The</p>