- What is your favorite tool? Why?
A very cheap school fountain pen and a very expensive watercolor brush
- You probably have one art you focus on - What are your 2 and 3 artistic passion?
Apart from drawing there is writing, sculpting, playing sitar, growing imaginary gardens, singing punk rock, spagiry, alchemy, stained glasses, dancing in the forest... wait, you said 3, right?
- How has the internet changed your art?
I'm now more interested in photography... as if I needed one more interest...
I'm also starting to show preparatory works, sketches and notebooks I thought not worth showing: seeing others' is so enthralling for me that I realised I should do the same for them.
- What's the advice you give to someone who asks you how to go into the type of art you do?
Draw still asleep in the morning in your bed for one minute everyday, draw on the napkins and the check at the restaurant with coffee or make up, draw on hidden undertables like a bad kid, draw inside the drawers and insied the closet, draw with colored chalks on the kitchen floor like when it was forbiden by mom (it washes off), draw in the subway using the move of the train, draw on the skin of your love and on yours with ink, chocolate or body fluids, draw on the sand, the mud, the air, draw with empty hand, draw naked every night before bed in incense in a special gorgeous notebook as if it was the last night of the universe , draw on your books texts with a gold marker, draw on the car window with your finger at traffic lights, draw for the moss and for the next person who will be here, draw without judging your work: that's somebody else's work. "Draw, this way you will draw", my friend Brontis told me when I used to have a mental block about drawing...
- Pick 5 words that describe your art
speed, naked, tiger, psychomagic, grateful