26 3/4x39 1/4 inches, 68x99 1/2 cm. N. Moneta, Milano. Condition B+: replaced losses in corners, minor tears and tape-staining at edges. Paper.
Born in Zürich, Huber moved to Milan in the 1930s where he worked for Studio Boggeri. He returned to Switzerland briefly before settling again in Italy in 1946. He had a strong influence on Italian graphic design, mixing Constructivist principles with bold colors. His posters for La Rinascente, as well as those done for the Italian Automobile Club and Olivetti, can be considered masterpieces of a well-balanced, wild imagination.