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The Harder They Fall

 The Harder They Fall (Netflix) is a stylish tale about Black cowboys of the late 19th century. The production team created a number of visually striking and distinct sets to...

Emmy Awards (2021)

We are honored to have worked on so many productions recognized by the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards. From faux surfaces to vintage wallpaper, see the list of winners and nominees below that feature...

Pride Month: Shows that center LGBTQ+ stories

Even though Pride Month is winding down, there's always time to consume entertainment by and about the LGBTQ+ community, this month and every month. Here are a few...

ADG Awards (2021)

We are honored to have worked on so many productions recognized by the 25th Annual ADG Awards. From faux surfaces to custom signage, vintage wallpaper to flooring, see below the list of winners...

WandaVision

WandaVision, the new Marvel series on Disney+, follows heroes Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany), picking up where the Marvel film Avengers: Endgame leaves off but in an unexpected...

Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

Based on playwright August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize–winning 1982 play, the film adaptation of Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (Netflix) tells the story of a recording session with famed “Mother of the Blues”...

Black History Month

In honor of Black History Month, the On Air Design team is spotlighting Black pioneers of the entertainment industry and celebrating change-makers of the present. William D. Foster William Foster...

Lovecraft Country

For HBO's Lovecraft Country, production designer Kalina Ivanov was tasked with recreating 1950s Chicago, 1921 Tulsa, 1920s Paris, among other settings and eras. We created a number of custom wallcoverings and faux...

The Wendy Williams Show

The On Air team provided a number of custom and specialty wallcoverings for the Wendy Williams show on Fox. The set design includes a faux wood grain and sparkly...

Perry Mason (2020)

Our printed wares for the new HBO reboot of Perry Mason was featured in Architectural Digest. Set in Depression-era Los Angeles, Production Designer John P. Goldsmith was tasked with bringing 1932 to...