In his design work, Alexander Girard repeatedly explored his interest in the characters and symbols that comprise language. His pattern Names was included in a group showcasing this influence. First produced in 1957 as a printed textile in three colors, Names is a study in cursive typography on a neutral ground. The designer and manufacturer have work represented in the MoMA collection. Made in the USA. Dry-clean only. 17h x 17w x 5"d.