Greeting Cards by Alexander Girard, 1952-1971 - Various Motifs | Vitra
Greeting Cards Love by Alexander Girard, 1952-1971 - Various Motifs | Vitra
Greeting Cards Eyes by Alexander Girard, 1952-1971 - Various Motifs | Vitra
Greeting Cards Clover by Alexander Girard, 1952-1971 - Various Motifs | Vitra
Greeting Cards Love by Alexander Girard, 1952-1971 - Various Motifs | Vitra
Greeting Cards Love by Alexander Girard, 1952-1971 - Various Motifs | Vitra
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Greeting Cards

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Vitra
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RM28.08
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RM28.08
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The designer Alexander Girard was leading figures in American design during the post-war era. While the primary focus of Girard's work was on textile design, he was also admired for his career in the graphic arts as well as furniture, exhibition and interior design. 

The collection of Greeting Cards includes motifs designed by Alexander Girard for various purposes, selected by Vitra in cooperation with the Girard family.

Technical Details

Material: blind embossed and foil stamped, incl. envelope.

Dimensions

Small: L82 x H120mm

Medium:  L115 x H170mm

Designer

Designed by Alexander Girard, 1952-1971

Alexander Girard was an American designer and architect who worked in the fields of interior, furniture, textile and industrial design and collaborated with Herman Miller from 1952 to 1975. Among his colleagues George Nelson and Charles and Ray Eames, Girard is considered as one of the pioneers of mid-twentieth century American design. His best known designs include New York’s La Fonda del Sol restaurant and San Diego’s Girard Foundation, which houses Girard’s extensive folk art collection