Archive for the ‘Saint Louis’ Category

Nick Reding.

Nick Reding.

“My office is one block from my home in the City of Saint Louis, in an old house. Aside from me, there are seven other businesses in the place: a hair salon, a prom dress maker, two jewelers, a photographer, a vintage clothing store, and an event planner. When I first moved in three years […]

Craig Norton.

Craig Norton.

This is Craig Norton’s reconstructed desk from his solo show at White Flag Projects— Craig Norton: 127 Racist Drawings. For the exhibition, “White Flag relocated the entirety of the artist’s studio, bringing every object from his workspace (furniture, materials, light fixtures, window shades) to the gallery, where Norton was in residence creating new works. Craig Norton […]

Peter Pranschke.

Peter Pranschke.

“So after I read what everyone else had to say about their work space, I decided the thing to do was to photograph my desk unedited. However, I must confess this image is not a completely raw and undisturbed representation and I had to make several modifications for the space look half way presentable. Since […]

Stephanie Ellison.

Stephanie Ellison.

“Here are a few pics of my vacation desk. The desk away from my desk. It’s where I go to work on creative endeavors.” Stephanie Ellison lives in Saint Louis, Missouri and authors a most excellent (well-written) blog entitled The Mind Body Moderate. Ah, a vacation desk! I like the sound of those two words.  Kate […]

Stephanie Cervantes.

“I travel about 50 percent for work so my desk is always a mess.  I cover 11 states in the Northwest including Hawaii, Alaska, California, Washington, Oregon and so on and I try to pick up something cool in each state.  We also travel internationally quite a bit and I love knickknacks which kind of […]

Anne Schuermann.

Anne Schuermann.

“My desk is actually a stainless prep table, which arrived in one flat box that I then assembled myself without tools (thanks, men!)  When I took this photo I was finishing up making semifreddos, and about to fill push pops.  This was a rather busy day, but the table in general is a total mess from the […]


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