In this second part of the Paul Sahre interview, he tells us how being a teacher gives him a lot of inspiration, which is his selfish reason of being a teacher in the first place. He thinks the digitalization of the design culture will actually give the traditional way of the tangible graphic design a huge boost; few, but happier designers! We ask him about the crazy deadlines for NY Times illustrations and he tells us about the importance of setting rules for graphic design. Humour is something you can find in a lot of Paul’s work, so we ask him how serious he takes himself as a designer and ofcourse: how he would like to be remembered. Recorded at Integrated 2011, Antwerp, Belgium.