For a long time you have been printing comics by the xerox. Now you are actively working with silk-screen printing. What's another printing method you would like to try? And why?
I started making comic with xerox
machine because it was the only way for me at the time. I didn't know anyone who runs publisher or felt i wasn't good enough to approach them. Making zine is very common thing in youth punk culture, and you would see them on the shelves at any local record shops at the time, so I thought why don't I make one of them but weird comic inside.
During my band Dmonstrations
was active in San Diego, I made lots of gig posters and met many silkscreen artists. One of them was Jesjit Gill who ended up running risograph publisher Colour Code
in Tronto, Canada and offered me to publish illustration book. We probably made 5 books together previously and new one supposed to come out in late 2020. Currently I put out books on Hollow Press
who does very high quality offset printing with silver ink in Italy. We made 4 books with this printing method and I'm working on 5th book. Silkscreen books were only made by Le Dernier Cri
in Marseille, France. I love all the publishers I work with. Each of them has unique printing methods, and fits in my drawings perfectly.