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Ellen Weinstein Talks With Marcos Chin.

“I work best when I’m unedited, uncompromised and when I can comfortably sit in a space and be uncomfortable, creating something, and then throwing it on the floor, putting something else up on the wall, and tearing it down, over and over again. It’s this playful quality about my process that I believe helps me to remain creatively engaged in whatever I’m doing.”

Ben Barry.

Ben Barry.

“This is my desk at home. It’s an illustration that I commissioned from Mikey Burton for last year’s f8 Conference.” “This is the Facebook Analog Research Lab—as viewed from the entrance. The lab is about 3 blocks from my apartment in a warehouse next to one of Facebook’s office buildings.” “This is the dark room of the lab […]

Jules Marquis.

“We have two studios. One in Isle of Wight Virginia, and the other in the Green Point neighborhood of Brooklyn New York.” “Images 1-4 are from the Green Point studio, while Images 5 and 6 (below) are from VA. You are looking at an abundance of material and ongoing projects ranging from sheets of plexiglass, […]

Simone Shubuck.

Simone Shubuck.

“This is my desk on an average day. I work in a small studio that is attached but separate from my apartment. It faces the garden and what it lacks in space, it makes up for with really pretty light.” “Above is a recent drawing at an odd angle that is looking down on my […]

Rebecca Green.

Rebecca Green.

“I just graduated with my BFA in Illustration five months ago and am currently working as a freelance illustrator/ three-dimensional artist/ fine artist/ barista.  I moved into this space three months ago, and I share it with four other artists. It’s in an old furniture warehouse, very lonely and large and dusty. First, let me apologize […]

Nicholas Forker.

Nicholas Forker.

“This is my small piece of the Brooklyn Fire Proof East building in the Bushwick section of Brooklyn.” In his most recent work, Nicholas Forker uses hero as metaphor to imagine a new narrative for the latter half of the 20th century. Told by faceless astronauts embedded in the mundane, it is the story of […]