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Susan Orlean.

Susan Orlean.

“I built a small writing studio about 100 yards from my house, on the downslope of a hill, so that I can’t see the house from the studio. I took this picture in the middle of a very cold day — snow was stacked up around the studio, and I could hardly open the door. […]

Simon Schubert.

Simon Schubert.

“My desk is a table tennis board, which I use to work and play a match sometimes.” Simon Schubert (1976) is an artist based in Cologne, Germany, his birthplace. From 1997 to 2004, he trained at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in the sculpture class of Irmin Kamp. Inspired by Surrealism as well as by Samuel Beckett, […]

Louise Fili.

Louise Fili.

FROM YOUR DESKS: How do you work?  Do you keep a routine? LOUISE FILI: Yes. I’ve always kept my studio in the neighborhood so I can walk there every morning. My office is a personal sanctuary filled with all things (mostly Italian) that inspire me. And since the major part of the work I do is food-related, […]

Art Brewer.

Art Brewer.

FROM YOUR DESKS: Who is the pup and where did the The Virgin Mary, the red mask, the statues and twin skulls come from? ART BREWER: The Pup is Tag he’s a 4-month-old Lab. We got him after our 12-year-old lab Daxie had to be put to sleep December 23rd –had lung cancer. Mary is from […]

PUBLIC SCHOOL, Part Deux.

PUBLIC SCHOOL, Part Deux.

Justin David Cox is a freelance creative at Public School – a collective comprised of designers, illustrators and photographers based in Austin, Texas. He is a taco fundamentalist, a queso enthusiast and a dance floor disaster. He believes that less is more, real men hold open doors and that scotch should taste like a campfire. […]

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: […]