I love drawing on whiteboards, but sometimes that medium is too modern. Sometimes the feel of graphite or charcoal reminds me that what I do requires a lot of my art school basics.
With the invention of tools such as Photoshop and Illustrator I was very threatened as an art school student, I felt as though these tools would pervert “art”.
I think I was right. They disconnect me from my instincts and the only way I can instinctually design what really is in my head is through drawing and sketching as free form as possible-hence newsprint and charcoal.