Maxine Gregson

Maxine Gregson is a contemporary artist who combines typography, photography, grid layering and nostalgic imagery to create intriguing artworks. Maxine Gregson's artwork is often described as 'Nostalgic Futurism' as her hand-pulled screen prints are a unique union of vintage motifs and futuristic compositions. 

Maxine Gregson is a contemporary artist who combines typography, photography, grid layering and nostalgic imagery to create intriguing artworks. Maxine Gregson's artwork is often described as 'Nostalgic Futurism' as her hand-pulled screen prints are a unique union of vintage motifs and futuristic compositions. 

Blending retro and current imagery together, Gregson creates surrealist artworks that are futuristic yet familiar. Gregson was a commercial graphic designer for over 10 years, working on campaigns for clients such as Cadburys, Mercedes and Nivea Men. This  illustrious design background shines through in her intricate artworks, which skilfully fuse old and new influences. We love how Gregson's art and the surreal yet familiar worlds she creates are brimming with mystery and intrigue. 

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Dreamscape #02 by Maxine Gregson
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Maxine Gregson

56 x 76cm

Limited edition of 100

Daydreamer by Maxine Gregson
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Daydreamer £200

Maxine Gregson

60 x 80cm

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The Arrival by Maxine Gregson
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The Arrival £160

Maxine Gregson

56 x 76cm

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Daytona by Maxine Gregson
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Daytona £150

Maxine Gregson

50 x 50cm

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Checkmate £225

Maxine Gregson

70 x 50cm

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Ley Lines £450

Maxine Gregson

100 x 50cm

Limited edition of 250

Reconfigure £180

Maxine Gregson

50 x 70cm

Limited edition of 50

Maxine Gregson Facts

Gregson is inspired by music and literature, including Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, Joseph Heller and John Cheever.

Gregson prints in a Hackney workshop.

Gregson was born in Bolton.

Gregson began combining pictures and typography as a hobby.

Gregson uses a CMYK printing process.

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