You work in a range of media—do you have a preference for print or digital outcomes?
I like both, but if I had to choose one I would prefer printed matter. It’s a great feeling to hold something in your hand that you designed. That’s why I like screen printing, because it has a tactile quality, and you can actually feel the ink on the paper. Also, because it’s possible to make editions instead of unique pieces. But that does not mean that I don’t like digital outcomes—for example, I have really enjoyed making animations based on my work, such as the sketchbook animations I created.
How important is sketching and experimentation in your working process?
Sketching is the most important part of my working process—everything I’m printing or designing comes out of my sketchbook. I’m sketching so much that I often have to buy a new sketchbook every two weeks because I’ve drawn hundreds of abstract shapes! While sketching I’m trying to push an idea forward, to perfect it and bring it to the point where it can leave my sketchbook to become a print, for example.