Archive for the ‘Thursday’ Category

Jonathan Harris.

Jonathan Harris.

Little things to tell you. 1) There’s a new short (8 min) film about my “Today” project, made by my friend, Scott Thrift.  Scott came to visit me last fall in Vermont, a few weeks after I ended the project, and we made the film then. 2) From June 27th – July 1st, I’ll be […]

Austin Kleon.

Austin Kleon.

“These aren’t as pretty as some of the pictures on your blog, but then, my studio ain’t as pretty as most of the other studios, either. You’ll see I have two desks: one’s digital, one’s analog.” Austin Kleon is a writer and artist. He’s best known for his Newspaper Blackout Poems–poetry made by redacting newspaper articles with […]

Ted McGrath.

Ted McGrath.

“My studio is on the fifth floor of an old industrial building that was once the Eberhard-Faber pencil factory in Greenpoint Brooklyn. I share the space with designer/art director (and girlfriend) Kim Bost, and there’s a slew of other super talented artists, illustrators and designers in the building, as well as a silk screening business, […]

mrYen.

mrYen.

“I try to keep my work area as clean and tidy as possible, as I need somewhere to be organized because my head is always racing ahead of what I want to do. I think keeping things simple is the best way to do this as it makes updating things, getting on with a new […]

Sara Marcus.

Sara Marcus.

Girls to the Front: A Story in Desks. “In February 2008, I was fortunate enough to go to the MacDowell Colony for the first time. Marooned in a one-room studio in the snow-heaped woods, I spread out my book-in-pieces across an enormous desk and the entire floor as well. I scissored chapters into shards and […]

Timothy Hull.

Timothy Hull.

Drawing Desk in Warwick, New York. “This is an aluminum table that is a throw-back to my mom’s catering business. I sometimes paint at this desk as well. The rotary phone in the photo still works.” Drawing Desk in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. “This is actually a painting studio but sometimes I draw on this desk. The […]


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