25th Italian Grand Prix – Monza, Max Huber
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25th Italian Grand Prix – Monza

Artist: Max Huber
Year: 1954
Size: 69 x 48 cm / 27.2 x 18.9″
Price: CHF1800

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The influential Swiss artist Max Huber created this unique and striking design for the 25th Italian Grand Prix at the Monza racing circuit in 1954. We have a frog’s-eye view of a race car about to cross the finish line beneath a huge chequered flag that seems to be blowing in the wind. Huber created a sense of dynamism by introducing various slanting lines – the angle of the ground, the leaning figure of the race car driver, the flagpole and the poster’s title – and by distorting the flag’s black squares and shifting them slightly in relation to their white background.

Artist: Max Huber

The Swiss Artist Max Huber ist one of the most significant graphic designers of the twentieth century and his graphic style is associated with the teachings of the early modern masters of Bauhaus, such as Max Bill or Laszlo Moholy-Nagy. The most enduring achievements of Max Huber include the logotype for La Rinascente department store and the poster for the 1948 Monza Grand Prix.

The Swiss Artist Max Huber ist one of the most significant graphic designers of the twentieth century and his graphic style is associated with the teachings o ...

f the early modern masters of Bauhaus, such as Max Bill or Laszlo Moholy-Nagy. The most enduring achievements of Max Huber include the logotype for La Rinascente department store and the poster for the 1948 Monza Grand Prix.

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