This is the first part of an amusing talk with American graphic designer Paul Sahre, well known for his book cover designs and illustrations for the NY Times.
When we asked him about his earliest memory of graphic design, he shares a story about his mother and a scary ink drawing of a demon beast that he drew when he was around 12 years old. Being a parent himself, he tells us how this is changing his way of working as a designer and how it affected his traveling. We were curious if he actually reads all the books he’s designing covers for and if he thinks there will be any book covers left to design in the future. Recorded at Integrated 2011, Antwerp, Belgium.