Those graced with both a love of design history and a keen appreciation for vintage finds are doubly in luck, as PROJECTOBJECT specializes in tracking down deliriously captivating graphic design artifacts and ephemera from the mid-20th century. Spanning postcards, matchbooks, playing cards, catalogs, and more—designed by legends like Alexander Girard and Saul Bass—this collection provides an enthralling glimpse into a past filled with paradigm-shifting design.
Stunning advertisement postcard for Italian hat maker Borsalino. Design by Swiss graphic designer Max Huber. Swiss born Modernist, trained at the Zurich School of Arts and Crafts, Max Huber ventured over the border to Italy to make his mark in Milan working for Antonio Boggeri before going out on his own. Some of his best work can be found on the covers of jazz albums and books along with Italian racing posters. This vintage product is in mint, original condition. No writing. Matted and framed in black wood.
Postcard: H 6” W 4”
Frame: H 10” W 8” D 1.5”