Consistently exquisite, furnishing pioneer Herman Miller is a renowned brand within its circle. Dating back to 1905, their modernist furniture has always served as nothing short of a benchmark; after all, this is the same group that delivered the iconic Eames Lounge Chair silhouette and legendary Aeron office chair. Now, they are looking to embellish the rooms of your home with some entirely new decor… well, somewhat new. The iconic company is releasing its archive of vintage graphic art as a series of prints to hang on your wall.
Labeled a long-time aspiration by the Michigan-based manufacturer, Herman Miller will be releasing fifteen vivid posters that were selected as “greatest hits,” crafted from the likes of George Nelson & Associates, Phillip Mitchell, and Armin Hoffman, all of which are graphic artists who played a major role in Herman Miller’s branding through a good portion of this past century. Its initial collection stems from the mid-twentieth century, covering a range between 1949 and 1979 and accumulating 30 years’ worth of art that exudes the acclaimed design of Herman Miller’s portfolio through patterns boasting structuralism, modernism, and a wide palette of colors. Serving as a pair of standout pieces, however, is Arnie Hoffman’s Herman Miller Collection Poster, as well as Steve Frykholm’s emblematic Corn Picnic poster, the latter of which was created by Herman Miller’s initial graphic designer, while the former will only have 200 prints to its name. Nevertheless, each of these pieces makes for a handsome addition to any home.
Ranging in price between $475 and $1,125, Herman Miller’s collection of revived decor will be available to purchase through their official website and retailers starting October 26th.