Max Kostenko's Use of Wit and Humor is Intelligently Frisky

By: Wesley Skitzo - Published: May 16, 2011 • References: max-kostenko.livejournal & behance.net
The satirical illustrations of Max Kostenko are certainly creative and ones not to be missed.

Kostenko combines humor and constructive criticism to bring perspective to the silliness of the 21st century. Each illustration embodies sarcasm, irony and ridicule. The illustration where Kostenko captures a guy putting himself up for sale, bound to a pole in sadness with his house behind him is especially amusing.

Using this kind of wit in the strangest and funniest of ways and combining it with a superb cartoonish illustration style, Kostenko definitely gives viewers what they want in terms of hilarity and depth. Stats for Witty Satirical Toons Trending: Older & Mild
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