Archive for the ‘Brooklyn’ Category

Aaron Meshon.

Aaron Meshon.

“My studio is in our apartment in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. It takes up the small 2nd bedroom. It gets the morning sun but has no view. The building next door is a small 2 story church which blocks the view but lets in light to my drawing desk. My studio is 6×10 feet cozy. My favorite things […]

Sarah Weinman.

Sarah Weinman.

“After years in Manhattan, I moved to Brooklyn – specifically, Clinton Hill – at the end of the summer. And even though it’s mid-November the apartment and my office still feels “new” to me, and thus I’m still not entirely accustomed to working in it. That’s because the office is now off of the kitchen, […]

Maud Newton.

Maud Newton.

“A few years ago I graduated from working at the kitchen table in my tiny old railroad apartment to a desk against the my bedroom wall at a new place. My workspace is, like a lot of what I own, a pretty bare-bones, low-budget affair, but it’s gotten considerably more elaborate over the past year as […]

Danica Novgorodoff.

Danica Novgorodoff.

I have several desks in my little studio (a 10×11′ room in my apartment in Sunset Park, Brooklyn). 1. At this desk I design books, album covers, theatre and music posters, write, look at my photos and other people’s photos. I didn’t realize what a mess my desk is til’ I took pictures. I was feeling […]

Jacob Thomas.

Jacob Thomas.

“I work out of home in Greenpoint, Brooklyn NY.  I’m an illustrator. My studio is a loft space that sits above my living room area. It’s large horizontally but vertically the ceiling stops you at approximately 5’3”.  It took some getting use to. My desk is always a disaster. I clean it after a wave of work. I don’t […]

Matt Lamothe, Julia Rothman + Jenny Volvovski.

As told by Julia Rothman: Jenny– She is very neat and ridiculously organized. She saves old glass jars, washes off the labels and reuses them for supplies. Julia– My desk is basically as opposite as you can get. This is actually a better day because there’s no plates piled on the piles. I was hesitant […]