I usually write about living creative people but I am making an exception and it probably won’t be the last time.
Under a rainy saturday, wandering around galleries and very trendy shops, I enter Kemistry Gallery. Their exhibitions always well curated display the right amount of work. The gallery currently presents the work of early 20th century illustrator, letterer, map-maker, architect, decorative artist, mural painter, typographer or more generally designer, MacDonald (Max) Gill.
From far, the colors are vivid and bright, closer I start looking deeply into the details and for Max Gill it is all about details. His work reflects its time, its context and the details give us much information about the period he lived in.
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