But it was the only book I took; that and a journal and my camera. It was almost a coincidence that it was the only book I had with me, and as I traveled through Mexico, I became really familiar with her photography. It felt like a very unique encounter with her work at a significant time in my life.
It was very fruitful and inspiring to me to be able to understand her work. I still have that book to this day. SW: How did your creative background influence the way you approached telling this story? ZP: I have a background in film and video—and comic books obviously—but photography was really the first experience I had in making things. In high school I worked in journalism, but when I graduated I gravitated more and more toward photography.
It is how I learned to compose. After I graduated from the University of Texas at Austin, I had some film and theory classes under my belt.
I worked with directors of photography as a gaffer and this experience was significant in learning to understand the way light works, and really how to paint with and shape light. SW: What parts of her photographs or visual language were the most inspiring to you as an illustrator?
I tried really hard to translate some of that lightheartedness and humor that I love in her work. Her work is really a jumping off point for my process. ZP: Graciela has said herself that she thinks color is a fantasy, and that is why she chooses to shoot in black and white.
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Black and white can feel stripped down and raw and illustrations can be completed with just a single pencil. ZP: Isabel and I had collaborated before on the cover for her novel Gabi, A Girl in Pieces , so working with her again was just the next step in the development of our creative relationship. We have both learned a lot in this process working on this scale.
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