Stanislaus von Moos, Mara Campana and Giampiero Bosoni
Phaidon, London, 2011 (Paperback Edition)
Huber’s work was consistently innovative, and by combining painting and photography with other graphic media, he remained avant-garde throughout his career, bringing the utopian vision of the modern masters to bear on corporate typography and identity design.
Three essays cover Huber’s entire career from the early 1940s, including his wide-ranging work in the fields of magazine, identity and exhibition design as well as expanding on his close links with a circle of brilliant artists, designers and intellectuals such as Josef Muller-Brockmann, Achille Castiglioni and Italo Calvino, among others.
Illustrated with a wealth of archival material from the m.a.x. Museo, this book will be treasured by design enthusiasts and collectors alike