Archive for the ‘Thursday’ Category

Kyle Bobby Dunn.

Kyle Bobby Dunn.

“Here are some photos of my desk in Brooklyn (sort of Vinegar Hill/Downtown Brooklyn). It’s usually bare and boring with lately an iced coffee and nuts – really into almonds and marcona’s as they bring some light and clarity to thoughts and how I am working on music and editing. Usually using two computers back […]

Ben Greenman.

Ben Greenman.

“I have had every kind of desk. I’ve had big ones made of wood. I’ve had small ones made of metal. I’ve had antiques I bought and old pieces with character I rescued from the street. I’ve had institutional-issue clunkers and Ikea pre-fab. About four years ago, I tried to go slightly toward Zen, and so my wife searched […]

Promila Shastri.

Promila Shastri.

“My “office” occupies the landing of the loft-like house I share with my husband.  It’s a fairly wide space, open on both sides, with a lovely view of our wooded property. The light that enters this space throughout the day is ever-changing, but somehow always perfect, and this is primarily where I do my blogging, […]

Lauren Gibbes.

Lauren Gibbes.

“My husband (Jason Weatherspoon) and I recently moved back to Asheville, NC after 3 years in NYC. We are still getting settled in, but my desk is actually one of the few areas totally set up.  I got it from my grandmother a few years ago and really love it.  I’m mostly painter but I […]

Emily Sigall.

Emily Sigall.

“Home desk. Brooklyn apartment. Building 10 years, this apartment 1 year. Hanging on the wall to the right of the window is my Chinese paintbrush made of coral. My girl Athena brought this to me from Bejing. On desk: to the right of my beloved Imac, is an original Sandra Magsamen vase she threw herself […]

Mickey Smith.

Mickey Smith.

“What a lovely surprise to photograph my desk this morning and learn that I may really have everything I need right here. This (unstaged, I swear) photograph is a shocking reflection of how I would like to work every day. Instead of wading through email, I’m creating a spread for the next issue of The […]


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