The extensive collection of images are accompanied by an interview conducted by Zac himself. The entire book reads like a documentary, covering everything from childhood and upbringing, to how they got to where they are now with detailed accounts that reveal their artistic process as well as general outlook on life.
The sincerity of the dialogue between Zac and the artists is one of the highlights of Afterlife Vol. 1. In one instance Zac recollects something Chris said to him when they worked together at Saved Tattoo that majorly influenced his career as a tattoo artist. In another, Grime suggests they go grab some food and finish the interview at his studio afterward. It’s organic, raw and uncut.
I can’t change what the person feels about, I can just change how I react to that, that’s all I can do, so who cares, I don’t care.