Max Siedentopf

Originally from Windhoek, Namibia, Max Siedentopf works as an artist, publisher, director at “riffraff”, co-founder of “Ordinary magazine” and creative director and partner at “KesselsKramer”.


Established in 1996 by Erik Kessels and Johan Kramer, KesselsKramer is an independent, communications agency in Amsterdam, London and Los Angeles with Max being the only human being to have worked at all three offices.
Max leads KesselsKramer’s creative division where he has worked the past 5 years for a multitude of clients ranging from cultural institutions, fashion, and tech brands all the way to the worst hotel in the world. Erik Kessels is not Max’s grandfather.


Next, to this, Max is known for his artistic diversity, especially for his Slapdash Supercars, the Banana-Series or his meaningful photo series “please ask for permission before you stick your sausage there,” where he pictured sausages stuck into car tailpipes.