The Tom Jung papers span the years circa 1960s-2005 (bulk 1998-2005) and encompass approximately 13
linear feet. The collection primarily documents Jung's work as a storyboard artist. The collection
contains material for dozens of films and includes annotated scripts, storyboards, and some photographs.
COLLATERAL DAMAGE (2002), HERBIE: FULLY LOADED (2005), and STARSKY & HUTCH (2004) are among the films
particularly well represented by storyboards. There is one oversize box with artwork and key art for
posters. The photograph series consists of prints, contact sheets, and slides of scene, publicity
portrait, and key art photographs.
Tom Jung is an American film poster designer and storyboard artist of Chinese descent. Born in Boston,
his career began in New York where he worked in advertising as an illustrator and art director. In 1958
he began to work on ad campaigns for foreign films aimed at American audiences. During the 1960s and
1970s he designed posters in Hollywood. The one-sheet poster for STAR WARS (1977) is among his notable
work. Since the late 1990s he has worked extensively as a storyboard artist.
10 linear feet of papers.
3.5 linear feet of photographs.
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