A few years ago, I took a silkscreen class. I think the most interesting image that came out of it is actually this photograph of my half-cleaned screen. I like it when interesting visual things come about by random chance like this.
The image on the screen is a photograph by Malick Sidibe.
Here’s a cover I’ve designed for Twisted Spoon Press. It’s a novel by a Polish Catastrophist (that’s right, Catastrophist), Bruno Jasienski, who was actually deported from France as a direct result of the book, in which a disenchanted proletariat poisons the Paris water supply and reduces the city to a plague-ridden, post-apocalyptic rabble of rival ethnic and national enclaves.