Alexander Girard

Alexander Girard became director of design for Herman Miller’s textile division in 1952, a time when fabrics, especially in the office, tended toward the utilitarian, drab and pattern-less. “People got fainting fits if they saw bright, pure color,” Girard commented at the time. He employed primary colors, geometric patterns, and a touch of humor in creating memorable textile, wallpaper, and furniture designs.

Production Company: Dress Code (

Director: James Casey

Executive Creative Director: Dan Covert Executive Producer: Brad Edelstein Head of Post Production & Operations: Tara Rose Stromberg Head of Production: Amy Dempsey Assistant Producer: Mayele Yebo Cinematography: Sebastian Slayter 1st Assistant Camera: Cameron Sizemore Gaffer: Bret "Dutch" Beimers 2nd Assistant Editor: Nick Stromberg Script: James Casey Art Director: Elena Chudoba Colorist: Daniel Orentlicher Production Coordinator: Jonathan Dontchev

Editorial: No6 Editor: James Duffy Assistant Editor: Ryan Hennessy Senior Producer: Laura Molinaro

Music + Sound: YouTooCanWoo Voiceover: Debra Kay Anderson Cast: Amy Auscherman

Special Thanks to: AIGA, Braniff Airlines, Braniff International, Girard Studio, Herman Miller

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