Maxim Leurentop’s work balances clarity with an off-beat and knowing aesthetic. Often taking on multi-platform projects designing, art directing and photographing for brand look-books and exhibition identities, Maxim’s production values have a nice humour to them while maintaining a good dose of gloss.
The Antwerp-based designer is a photographer, lecturer and graphic designer. Today we are focussing on his graphic design work, tomorrow, who knows. With clients like the Antwerp Art Weekend, Eastpak and Raf Simons, Maxim is making work that works commercially but also maintains a good dose of artistic licence. Very good.
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