New Preacher. "The problem with Photoshop is the same thing that's good about it. You can change the size of something, or flip it, change the color, duplicate it, stretch it, whatever. You can do this while your art director is growing old and dying, and the magazine you are working for has long been bought by Condé Nast and you no longer have the rights to the image that will never get finished anyway. New Preacher is reconstituted from the elements of a rejected assignment about teaching Divine Creation in public schools. Once an image is rejected you can do anything you want with it, for as long as you want. Adobe should invent a filter called ‘Done.’ That would be a divine creation."