Max Huber’s Retro Posters
In the war’s aftermath, people were alienated and shocked by the carnage, destruction, and loss of faith. For Huber this represented a design challenge, an opportunity to restore human faith and values.
Moving forward, Huber integrated photography, painting, illustration, and printing in his work. Lending his work a dynamic, movement-filled quality by mixing typographic elements with photos and color. It also maintains an experimental quality due to his use of colored and geometric shapes.
A freelancer throughout his career he was always able to collaborate with the best due to his unyielding fundamental ideas and consistent execution. He never bowed to fleeting fashion and in retrospect, Huber’s work always utilized strong grids and clear hierarchies to maintain its clear, rhythmic, rational construction.