Our dialogues have always bordered the lines of surreal, which gave us the perfect viewpoint both for reflecting our own way of thinking as well for the way how we saw each other as artists. It was also a nice challenge for myself to work with very different color scheme in my prints, since many of you may already know that black will always be the dominant color in my works. Seeing the same plates used for, say, very light green did change my ways of seeing them as well, and working in way smaller scale (not to mention editing!) was also a challenge that may have increased the amount of gray hair amidst the blond ones. Nevertheless, we were very pleased with the outcome, and here are a couple of examples on how the pages looked like.
As a further notice, we also did centerfold prints from both of us for each 'magazine' we made, and all of them were printed on very lovely chinese and japanese papers. If any of you have seen how perverted and obsessed printmakers can get over certain types of paper, you get the joke. Regrettably the photos that I have here from the days we worked on the book don't give the best picture on what the book truly looked like with all the things happening in the spreads and almost see-through pages, so I suggest that you either just purchase one of these five books and unravel the centerfolds in your own peace and in good light conditions or, if you dare, give a shout and enjoy a cup of tea with either of us while browsing through the book. End of discussion.