In tribute to a design icon, Alexander Girard by Todd Oldham & Kiera Coffee 2011, is a striking 15 pound, 672-page book detailing many of Girard’s disciplines including graphic design, typography, furniture design, interior design, textile design, illustration, exhibit design, textile design, product design and architecture. Oldham meticulously researched and assembled this work detailing the achievements of one of the most versatile and creative mid-20th century designers.

This collection of Girard’s, who died in 1993, represents the work he did between 1929 and 1981 including his textile designs for Herman Miller (1952- 1975), his typographic designs for La Fonda del Sol restaurant (1960), his retail store Textiles and Objects (1961), his own Girard Foundation (1962) home to his personal collection of folk art acquired from around the world and his designs for Braniff International Airways (1965).

Girard’s work continues to be an inspiration for generations of designers and enthusiasts and this tome is an ultimate testament to his achievement in art and design.

DISCOVER:  Alexander Girard by Todd Oldham & Kiera Coffee © 2011 



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