How would you describe your style? Are there any artists / designers that you particularly look up to?
Illustrative and boldly minimal. Salvador Dali has always been an inspiration. More recent ones include Frank Kozik, Coop and Tara McPherson.
What do you feel makes your work unique and truly your own?
We try to keep a consistent point of view with creative choices. The subject matter usually tells its own little story, so I let it.
What sorts of things inspire you?
The vanishing world of our youth and the promises it held. Inspiration comes through in all sorts of ways...books, music, movies and the world around us.
When do you feel the most creative?
Usually starting at about 10 pm.
What is your creative process like?
We start with sketches in pencil on a notepad or sketch paper, then refine the ideas in about three more stages of drawing. When all the mistakes possible have been made and fixed, we ink the drawing. Then scan the drawing into photoshop and clean it up for printing.
What's the coolest artistic tip you've ever received?
Pay attention to proportion, contrast and variation of line weight. These fundamentals give support to all your following choices.
Fix your drawing problems before you turn them into painting problems.
Where can we learn more about you?