Maxwell Holyoke-Hirsch

Published March 30, 2010 by Molly

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Maxwell Holyoke-Hirsch has created illustrations and images for everything from old guards like The New Yorker to WLYS favorites GOOD Magazine.

Holyoke-Hirsch does gorgeous, risky things with color, and his illustrations are both expressive and preciseā€”a thorny balance to strike. The artist’s positive energy and enthusiasm are also infectious in the best possible way: check out his blog for proof, as well as this visual diary of his process, easily one of the most articulate (yet: wordless!) accounts of creativity we’ve seen on the internets.

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  1. Pellet says:

    Yes! Maxwell is a true gift to this universe. I’m a proud owner of a single piece of his work.

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