The Good, the Bad, the Mischievous: Cool Illustrations by Max Grecke – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

The Good, the Bad, the Mischievous: Cool Illustrations by Max Grecke

Max Grecke is a Swedish freelance artist and master of 2D and 3D painting. Mostly Grek just draws funny cartoons and strikingly flamboyant and slightly crazy illustrations, but sometimes he takes on serious commercial work as well, as well as recording tutorials on Youtube.

Grecke’s style is truly New Year’s Eve – wild in its lines, motley in its colors, and invariably mischievous in general.

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