Archive for the ‘Brooklyn’ Category

Tina Roth Eisenberg.

Tina Roth Eisenberg.

“I work out of Studiomates, a co-working space I started 2.5 years ago but really started thriving once the lovely folks of Workshop took over the neighboring space 1.5 years ago.  I call it my happy place. Imagine being surrounded by super smart, nerdy, creative folks every day that push you to make good stuff! […]

Wes Lang.

Wes Lang.

1-Drawing I just finished called “Treasures” 2-One of my walls with pieces I am currently working on 3-My tattoo machines 4-Front view of my desk 5-Up high in the studio 6-Wall detail 7-Another wall detail 8-Beuys in front of Klein, one of my favorite pictures ever Wes Lang (1972) was born in Chantham, New Jersey. […]

Samantha Hahn.

Samantha Hahn.

“Here are my work spaces. We live in a brownstone apartment with limited space so my computer/printer/scanner is in one room and my drawing table is in another. I try to keep my desk neat but there are often stacks of paper that need to be filed or scanned. My drawing table is usually utter […]

Christopher Silas Neal.

“My studio is on the fourth floor of what used to be a pencil factory built in 1872, in the Greenpoint section of Brooklyn. It’s a massive brick structure that sits on an industrial corner mostly ignored by the neighborhood’s Polish businesses but is now home to clothing boutiques, a hair salon, a variety of restaurants […]

Dan Cassaro.

Dan Cassaro.

“My studio is in my home and I try to keep it fairly colorful. I’ve always been a junker and keep myself surrounded with various ephemera I find inspiring. Mostly old design books, vintage type specimens, and the requisite collection of Penguin paperbacks. That stuff carried me through school as much as any of my […]

Sara Marcus.

Sara Marcus.

Girls to the Front: A Story in Desks. “In February 2008, I was fortunate enough to go to the MacDowell Colony for the first time. Marooned in a one-room studio in the snow-heaped woods, I spread out my book-in-pieces across an enormous desk and the entire floor as well. I scissored chapters into shards and […]