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Ruth Reichl.

Ruth Reichl.

“My little cabin is at the end of a dirt road, looking out over a valley to the Catskills in the distance.  I like color, and I’ve surrounded myself with friendly objects – photos of the people I love, art by various friends, antique toys I’ve picked up at tag sales over the years. It’s […]

Margot Elena.

Margot Elena.

FROM YOUR DESKS: Do you have a personal creative motto? MARGOT ELENA: “Fight for good design.” Good design is often a struggle of pushing and pulling the tiniest of details; have patience, keep at it. The right design will emerge and tell you it’s there…when it feels harmonious. It will “feel right.” There’s always a […]

Benjamin Lowy.

Benjamin Lowy.

Benjamin Lowy (b 1979) received a BFA from Washington University in St. Louis in 2002 and began his career covering the Iraq War in 2003. Since then he has covered major stories worldwide. In 2004 Lowy attended the World Press Joop Swart Masterclass, he was named in Photo District News 30 and his images of Iraq […]

Jane Hammond.

Jane Hammond.

I’ve drawn an explanatory legend and the info is as follows (click on Jane’s desk to enlarge): 1. Large print for possible collaged monoprints—getting a feeling for the scale. (Jane Hammond Prints) 2. Favorite tchotchke, ceramic devil head. Very broken and totally glued back together—a devil in shreds. 3. Making some photos in which the […]

Timothy Goodman.

Timothy Goodman.

“I work full-time for Apple Inc., but I spend many nights doing freelance at my studio space in the Mission District of San Francisco. Not quite my beloved Brooklyn, but I still feel the love and inspiration. The back wall is decorated with lots of arty things I’ve collected over the years: posters & zines […]

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 […]


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