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Max Huber Collection


Perfect for framing and placing in your study, office or garage. These prints were designed with the past in mind. 


• Archival Certified Paper

• Printed with Genuine HDX Inks

• Weight 310g

• 100% Cotton Rag

• OBA Free

• Acid Free

• Matte Finish

• Thickness 0.58mm


All 4 Max Huber Reimagined prints

1. Weltmeister 71'

2. Fuji 84'

3. 24 Hours Of Daytons

4. SPA


Max Huber (1919–1992) was an influential Swiss graphic designer. Born in Baar, Switzerland in 1919. He graduated from Kunstgewerbeschule in Zurich under the name Hans Williman. In his formative years, he met Werner Bischof, Josef Müller-Brockmann, Carlo Vivarelli and Hans Falk.


His career began in 1935 in Zurich, where he worked for an advertising agency and later with Emil Schultness at Conzett&Huber. He met Max Bill and Hans Neuburg.


With the beginning of World War II – in order to avoid being drafted in the Swiss army – he moved to Milan to join Studio Boggeri. When Italy entered the war in 1941, Huber was forced to move back to Switzerland, where he began a collaboration with Werner Bischof and Emil Schultness for the influential art magazine Du.


The following years were marked by some of his most iconic and influential designs. With Albe Steiner, he worked for the VIII Triennale di Milano. A keen jazz fan, he designed a series of stunning records covers, music magazines and the set stage for a jazz festival. He met Louis Armstrong. In 1948, he designed the seminal poster for the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza Grand Prix and two years later the corporate identity for the supermarket chain La Rinascente. With Achille Castiglioni, he designed large-scale installations for RAI, Eni and Montecatini.


In 1954, he was awarded the prestigious Compasso d’oro. In 1958, he traveled to the US as a speaker to the First International Seminar on Typography (New York Art Directors Club).


In 1965, the Nippon Design Committee organised an exhibition of his work at Matsuya Design Gallery in Tokyo. This trip was the beginning of the designer's close ties with Japan, that would culminate with him marrying the artist and illustrator Aoi Kono.


Printed on Premium Matte Paper with a small white border. Perfect for framing and placing in your study, office or garage. These prints were designed with the past in mind. 

Max Huber Collection

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