Archive for the ‘San Francisco’ Category

Walter Robinson.

Walter Robinson.

“I do some of my finest work in my sleep.”

Toyin Odutola.

“It’s strange to think of drawing as a solidifying element in one’s life, especially of flimsy pencil drawings, but it felt great to take a nebulous, seemingly mercurial idea in my head and “cement” it onto an object to exist in the world. That sort of need was essential to me during my formative years.”

Lisa Congdon.

Lisa Congdon.

“My studio is about 1/2 a mile from my home. I am super lucky to work somewhere that is a short bike ride from my apartment. It’s a really awesome light-filled space (half the ceiling is sky lights) that I share with painter Jamie Vasta. We’re good friends and have been there together for almost […]

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 […]

Ian McDonald.

Ian McDonald.

“I live in a small cottage house with my wife totaling something close to 420 square feet. Due to the issue of space, I mostly move around the house to work. Sometimes I work at my laptop housed on a skinny shelving unit I built, dubbed “books on stilts”. Sometimes I sit at the small […]

Mark Ulriksen.

Mark Ulriksen.

“I work out of a too small upstairs room (150 square feet) on the second floor of our 1897 Victorian in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood. I’m very organized though a bit untidy. My desk gets progressively piled with more papers and reference whenever I’m drawing. I basically do two things in this world, draw and […]


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