Dvore first became well-known for designing the cover art for Buffalo Springfield's eponymous album. He is best known for his work in designing television's more iconic title sequences, such as the walking partridges in The Partridge Family, and the brush-stroke logo and paintings from the long-running soap opera The Young and the Restless. His film title credits include the 1976 film Lipstick and the 1972 Blaxploitation thriller Blacula. Also, he designed the opening credits for selected seasons of the nighttime soap opera Knots Landing.
Dvore's close friend is producer and director Bob Claver, who convinced Screen Gems to hire him to do the opener for The Partridge Family as well as other subsequent shows.
Dvore's work in graphic design won him an Emmy Award in 1987 for "Carol, Carl, Whoopi and Robin".
United Artists; Picturemaker Productions; International Creative Management (ICM); Los Angeles International Film Exhibition (Filmex); The Young and the Restless; Solo Cup Company
"Knots Landing" (TV Series) (1987-1989) (main titles design) "The Young and the Restless" (drawings and logo) (1987-1988); (logo) (1988-1993) “A Hobo's Christmas” (1987) (TV Movie) (title designer) “Sister Margaret and the Saturday Night Ladies” (1987) (TV Movie) (main title designer) "North and South, Book II" (1986) (TV Miniseries) (title designer: main titles) "North and South" (TV Miniseries) (1985) (drawings) "The Waltons" (TV Series) (1973-1981) (main title designer) "The Partridge Family” (1970-1974) (TV Series)(main title designer) "The Bold Ones: The New Doctors" (1972-1973) (TV Series)(main title design) “James Dean” (1976) (TV Movie) (Illustrator: main titles) “Breaking Up Is Hard to Do” (1979) (TV) (title designer: main titles) “Police Story" (TV Series) (1974-1978) (graphic artist)
“Lipstick” (1976) (design graphics) “For Pete's Sake” (1974) (title designer) “Jonathan Livingston Seagull” (1973) (visual consultant) “Blacula” (1972) (title designer) “De Sade” (1969) (title designer) “The Dunwich Horror” (1970) (title designer) “Three in the Attic” (1968) (titles) “Skidoo” (1968) (titles)