I don’t have much of an opinion of Max’s art, because most of it, especially during his ’60s fame, seemed more popular in the public mind because of its tie-in with psychedelic drugs. Max kept up his career long past those psychedelic times.
As a bit of biographical information, Max was born Peter Max Finkelstein to a Jewish family in Berlin, Germany, October 1937 (the family got wise and left Germany when Peter was one year old). I also read that Peter Max now has dementia, and I have nothing but pity for anyone with that condition.
Wallace Wood (and his assistants of the time) did a very fine job on the artwork for “Mister Mouse Meets Peter Max,” so I would have been happier with a magazine devoted to Wallace Wood. But we don’t get to choose what catches the attention of the public.