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alexander girard, ammo books

alexander girard, ammo books

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Renowned designer Todd Oldham and writer Kiera Coffee have created this massive monograph on seminal designer Alexander Girard as the ultimate tribute to this design icon.

This 672-page book covers virtually every aspect of Girard’s distinctive career. As one of the most prolific and versatile mid-20th century designers, Girard’s work spanned many disciplines, including textile design, graphic design, typography, illustration, furniture design, interior design, product design, exhibit design, and architecture. Exhaustively researched and lovingly assembled by designer Todd Oldham, this tome is the definitive must-have book on Girard’s oeuvre.


Hardcover | 11.5 x 8.5 inches | 672 pages

Alexander Girard was an American designer, architect, and artist known for his contributions to the field of design and his bold, colorful, and often playful aesthetic. Girard was born in New York City in 1907 and received a degree in architecture from Columbia University in 1930. He worked as an architect and designer for several firms before establishing his own design studio in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1952.

Throughout his career, Girard designed a wide range of products and interiors, including textiles, furniture, and home decor. He was particularly known for his textiles, which were often inspired by traditional folk art and featured bright, bold patterns and motifs. Girard's work was characterized by a strong sense of color and a playful, exuberant style, and he was known for incorporating elements of humor and whimsy into his designs. In addition to his work in design, Girard was also an avid collector of folk art and textiles from around the world, and his collection is now housed in the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe. Girard died in 1993 in Santa Fe.






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