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MAX CAME WITH THE SQUARE
MAX HUBER 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF BIRTH

This year marks the 100th anniversary of MAX HUBER, a graphic designer born in Switzerland and active in Italy.
After marrying Aoi Kono, who is Japanese, Max has many connections in Switzerland, Italy, and Japan, and has been able to connect Europe and Japan through design.
In order to remember his works and personality, his friends sent us their works.
Celebrate Max, the man who brought geometric design to Italy, with a "square" handkerchief.

■Studio puntovirgola
A visual communication studio established in 2014 by Aoi Huber and Yudai Yoshimura.
Active in a wide range of fields, from illustration to editorial work for books and magazines.
Max Huber's work "Black Boogie" is hanging in the living room of Aoi's house in Switzerland.
Surely an important work that has watched over the lives of two people.
Boogie is danced by one person, but when I thought about dancing with two people, I became Walz.
I dedicate this to the two people who have lived lightly, pleasantly, step by step, and jumped over the border.

■Max Huber Max Huber
Max Huber (1919-1992) was active in Milan during the post-war recovery of Italy.
He has worked on many designs for famous Italian companies such as La Rinascente, Olivetti, and Borsalino.
Combining his vibrant colors with cool typography, his new designs have had a major impact not only on Italian graphic design, but also internationally.
He spent many years teaching in Milan and Lugano, Switzerland.

size52×52cm
material100% cotton
SewingChidori sewing (made in Japan)