Archive for the ‘Friday’ Category

Marc Johns.

Marc Johns.

My workspace: “I work at my dining room table most of the time. I also have on old piece of furniture — it’s a chest of drawers with doors — in the dining room we affectionately call Edward, and Edward houses all of my drawing and painting supplies, as well as everything I need to […]

Milton Glaser.

Milton Glaser.

Milton Glaser (b.1929) is among the most celebrated graphic designer in the United States. He has had the distinction of one-man-shows at the Museum of Modern Art and the Georges Pompidou Center. In 2004 he was selected for the lifetime achievement award of the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum. As a Fulbright scholar, Glaser studied […]

Matt Moore.

Matt Moore.

“I have two different studios under one roof. My design studio space is a large room with multiple desks, one for computers and another for hand drawn illustrations. I have large bookshelves stocked with good stuff I’ve collected. My walls are covered in art and product collaborations I’ve worked on like snowboards, skateboards, bicycle frames, […]

Jeroen Allart.

Jeroen Allart.

It looks very cleaned up, but this the way my desk usually is. I need it like this. I have a lot of collected items in my studio and this is the only way to be / work here is in a “cleaned” up (still messy).” Jeroen Allart (1970) is a Dutch artist who attended Art Academy Rotterdam (Willem […]

Marnie Weber.

Marnie Weber.

The Desk… “The desk belonged to my father.  As a little girl it seemed so big and powerful to me.  I remember once creeping up to him and asking him how to draw a horse and so he drew a picture of horse and then gave it back to me.” The Studio… Marnie Weber studied […]

Poketo.

Poketo.

“I keep tons of art and toys that inspire me throughout the day. There is original art by our friend and artist Tim Biskup, a little tee pee by Steve Harrington, a large painting by Tokyo artist, Ogi, a woodcut print by Nathalie Roland, my favorite Poketo coffee mug by artist Leah Chun, a Portugal. […]