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Maxim Serkov

Moscow, Russian Federation
I’m a 21-years-old creative graphic designer. I started practicing graphic design as a hobby in 2007 and, somehow, it turned out to be my passion. Having developed my unique style I started to work as a freelance designer. I work in various fields such as print, packaging & corporate design, as well as art-direction. I'm the founder of CrayonMag™ – a magazine dedicated to modern-art and aimed to inform and inspire our readers in such fields as design, architecture, photography and many others. Under certain circumstances the project is put on ice at the moment. Also, I’m the founder of Art Union™. Art Union is the blog about modern-art where you can find your daily dose of inspiration. I have a hobby – photography. I take my camera every time I go or travel somewhere.
Moscow, Russian Federation
Sep 2014Present
HD Department
The Hague, Netherlands
Nov 2013Feb 2014
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Oct 2012Aug 2013
Netherlands Development Director
Jan 2011Oct 2012
Creative Group Head
Chelyabinsk, Russian Federation
Feb 2011May 2013
Concept space “Nova Lux Group"
Senior Graphic Designer
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Nov 2010Present
Art Curator
Project on -
New York, NY, USA
May 2010Aug 2010
Freelance Graphic Designer
Leeuwarden, Netherlands
Sep 2011Present
Boston, MA, USA
Dec 2009Sep 2010
Chelyabinsk, Russia
UNESCO Associated Schools
English (Fluent), Russian (Native), Spanish (Beginner), German (Beginner), Dutch (Beginner)
Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop, Aperture
* 2010 Soccer Lens "Wallpaper"
* 2010 BMJ "20+ Artworks Shouting Creativity"
* 2011 Belle-Art MNA #5 "Featured Artwork"
* 2011 ZEROconcept “Artworks of the Week #6”
* 2011 Karma Magazine "Design"
* 2012 Unreal Vision "Maxim Serkov & Graphic Design - Interview"
* 2013 Designspiration "Logotypes"
* 2013 Pinterest "Logos/ Identity/ Stationary"
* 2013 ADWEEK "Talent Gallery"
* 2014 Curated VSCO Grid - April
* 2014 Curated VSCO Grid - October
Professional Membership
385: Critique Group
Meeting Professionals International
Personal Statement
I believe that good enough is not good enough.