Archive for the ‘New York City’ Category

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, […]

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 […]

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 […]

David Leventi.

David Leventi.

Things in the pictures… 1. Kangaroo Pelt with bullet hole: It’s incredibly soft and warm. I hope PETA doesn’t get angry. It was a gift from a college friend studying to be a doctor in Australia. 2. Big Boy Doll: Advertisement for the Big Boy Restaurants | Home of the Original Double Decker. It’s a […]

Karine Laval.

Karine Laval.

“This is my office/studio area, in one corner of my Williamsburg loft where I’ve lived for 13 years now. I mostly work from there, except when I’m on the road or when I print my images (I rent a darkroom in Manhattan for that).” Karine Laval Born in Paris in 1971, “she currently lives and […]

Joan Schenkar.

Joan Schenkar.

“Because I have the smallest apartment/office in New York (it’s 16 square metres, but I live my writer’s life mostly in Paris), the angles of my photo executions are surreal: you can’t step back to get a nice horizontal view in my Manhattan headquarters or you’ll fall down the stairs. Nonetheless, everything is fairly clear […]


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