Max Huber: Progetti Grafici 1936–1981 edited by Carlo Pirovano and curated by Max Huber, 1982. Gruppo Editoriale Electa, Milano, Italy. 8.75 x 9.5, pp. 120 with Italian text. Designed by Max Huber.
Part of the excellent Pagina series directed by Pierluigi Cerri, this was the first monograph to document the 45-year career of Swiss born and educated, Max Huber who helped pioneer the new visual vocabulary emerging in post-war Italy; less to do with Swiss precision and grids and more to do with vitality and complexity.
Heavily illustrated with more than 300 innovative works in black and white and some color including: logos, books, posters, advertisements, catalogs, packaging and more. With texts by Max Huber and Giovanni Anceschi and bibliographic captions for all images.
A fine softcover in a very good publisher's slipcase with a some scratches and a few small splits and edge-worn corners.