Interview with Moon

by Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Hello Moon, first of all, tell us something about your upcoming work. What are you into at the moment?

2 Canvases for an upcoming collective show in Melbourne, in June and a scenography / video mapping for an hiphop/modern dance show.


Would you give a brief walk through your workflow?

Usually : Music > coffee > cigarette > pencil > Draw… Repeat…



How has your work evolved over the years from when you where beginning?

Well i hope i did it! I started with graffiti in the 90’s, then I opened my mind to graphic design, classic painting, illustration and you can see the results now.


Tell us something about your clients, do you feel there’s something different out there, I mean, a different way to approach the creative process?

I always try to have client who respect my freedom of creation. Naturally, commissioned projects are different from personal. I try to respect the constrains and to discuss with the client, it’s often very interesting because it will give you a notice that will push you to go further in the research.


How have you handled the business side through these “horrible years”?

Fortunately, those years wasn’t so horrible. I always try to diversify my activities. (i really don’t like to make ONE type of thing and it seems to be good for me)


How do you choose the next project to be involved in?

Need money : Let’s go to the lucrative

Don’t need : The more free or personnal


Who’s the first designer that comes to your mind in a second?

Paul Rand


What’s the place or what do you do when you feel you’re thinking in a bright way?

In front of my sketchbook


Something you’ve always wanted to do, but have yet to.

One among many other : be in weightlessness…


Something you want the world to know about you.

I love the smell of freshly cut pencil and my wife is talented.


Something that annoys or frustrates you about people.

the stupidity in all its forms


Your idea about social networks.

useful, time-consuming, scary


What’s overrated/underrated today?

Overrated : succes

Underrated : earthworm

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