"Gustave Dore meets Pushead", this is exactly what I tought the first time I saw Angryblue"s work and, since then,my fascination for his work has always been growing. I interviewed Justin some times ago but, for some reasons, it tooks some time to get pictures for the interview from him. Finally I recently received a file with around 100 different pictures and you'll guess it easily, the choice has been quite difficult to make. So the best advice I can give you is to visit his site, no doubt you will spend hours surfing on it !
I just finished up Mobb Deep's "Hell on Earth" and "The Fragile" by NIN just came on.
Can you tell us more about yourself, who are you, where are you from, what do you do?
When did you start drawing?
Are you collaborating with magazines/fanzines, regularly?
Where does your influence come from? Is there any artists/graphists you particularly like, what are your influences?
Do you do everything by hand or on computer?
Posters are a lot of fun because generally, I try to take on some type of new element with each one whether it's the design approach or what i do during the printing process.
Growing up loving punk and hardcore music, I never thought I'd be thinking about demographics and target-audiences, but to essentially be a resource for people to tap into, that style of thinking is essential to a working artist.
For which band would you love to work?
Do you think you are part of a "Graphic Scene", if so who else ?
A bit of self-promotion, take advantage of it, it's free, where can we see your work , on the web or in real life?
I also regularly traumatize the feed of anyone who friends me on Facebook or Tumblr with any new work I add. I put up a lot of work-in-progress stuff on Facebook so people can see projects start with a pencil drawing and see where they end up.
The best praise you received lately?
Health/Inspiration/more ridiculous ideas.