wooden dolls • alexander girard • vitra

Design & Build Art: making no-sew Native American style dolls, inspired by the designs of Alexander Girard [wooden dolls]

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the vitra design museum presents 'alexander girard. a designer's universe' exhibition which includes the designer's interior, furniture and textile designs.

Menu for La Fonda del Sol Restaurant, New York, 1960. By Alexander Girard.

Alexander Girard The menu for the restaurant for which Charles and Ray Eames designed the "La Fonda" Chairs

"Rain" by Alexander Girard, 1953. from an article in the November 1, 1954 issue of Life about textile print design titled "Mathematics by the Yard".

MID-CENTURIA : Art, Design and Decor from the Mid-Century and beyond: Mathematic Inspired Textiles, art

Alexander Girard wall hanging.

MID-CENTURIA : Art, Design and Decor from the Mid-Century and beyond: Alexander Girard Hangings. Would change the style of the hand.

Wooden Dolls originally designed by Alexander Girard in 1963, produced today by Vitra

/ wooden dolls originally designed by alexander girard in 1963 / produced today by vitra /

Ribbons -1957 - Overlapping vertical strips printed in violet, orange, and red. The colors are translucent so the overlapped areas appear as darker or mixed colors.

Sample of ‘Ribbons’ fabric :: designed by Alexander Girard, 1957 (Screen printed pattern on plain weave cotton)

Alexander Girard, cover illustration for the book “El Encanto de un Pueblo” / The Magic of People, 1968. Viking Press. Exhibition Vitra Design Museum: Alexander Girard. A Designer’s Universe. Until 29.01.2017

design-is-fine: “ Alexander Girard, cover illustration for the book “El Encanto de un Pueblo” / The Magic of People, Viking Press.

Textile, "Village", mid-20th century. Designed by Alexander Hayden Girard.

Pattern Inspiration : Alexander Girard

"Village", a century textile designed by Alexander Hayden Girard architect, interior, furniture, industrial and textile designer affectionately known as Sandro. I love the bold colours and structural repeat pattern of this design.

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