Archive for the ‘Brooklyn’ Category

Timothy Hull.

Timothy Hull.

Drawing Desk in Warwick, New York. “This is an aluminum table that is a throw-back to my mom’s catering business. I sometimes paint at this desk as well. The rotary phone in the photo still works.” Drawing Desk in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. “This is actually a painting studio but sometimes I draw on this desk. The […]

Adrian Tomine.

Adrian Tomine.

FROM YOUR DESKS: What time of day do you work? ADRIAN TOMINE: Whenever my one-year-old daughter is either asleep or out of the house. I used to waste a lot of time “getting ready to work” or “warming up” or “waiting for inspiration to strike.” Now I feel like a runner at the starting line: […]

Jessica Hische.

Jessica Hische.

Studio vs Home: “I think one of the biggest pluses of working for yourself is being able to work in different locations. While I love my studio, I like that when I want to marathon some bad television and get through a tedious project, I can stay at home, drink some tea and hang out […]

Amanda Hesser.

Amanda Hesser.

“As you can see, I like an ordered and spare, but not sterile, space. I can OCD-up a desk like nobody’s business, arranging the position of a stapler or my stationery until they are just so, but I also like color and texture. My desk at our new food52 office near Union Square is all […]

Joel Holland.

Joel Holland.

“My desk is in my apartment in Brooklyn, New York. It’s also my dinner table so I try to keep it clean. It helps to end they day by putting my stuff away and clearing it off. Refresh. I work mainly with brush pens and tracing paper. So aside from redrawing my drawings/type over and […]

Julia Wertz.

Julia Wertz.

“Here’s my work desk at home and a sketch I did of me at my desk. The supplies on my desk are pretty bare bones, just some Pitt and Micron pens for inking comics, an ancient PC that I do all my photoshop work on and a newer Mac that I do everything else on. […]