Archive for the ‘Tuesday’ Category

Mickey Duzyj.

Mickey Duzyj.

“At work, I’m definitely a 5th degree blackbelt messmaker, though I’m proud to say that this photo makes it seem I’m somewhat in control of my-body/my-workspace/myself. A random drop-in, though, will reveal that 8 times out of 10, my desk looks like a scene out of “Hoarders.” I really clean up after myself as part […]

Nikki McClure.

Nikki McClure.

“Here is where I answer emails, scan artwork, and look at small things blown up huge on the computer. My 6-year-old son has his work bench right behind me. He makes daggers and boats and shields while I toil. My Grandmother looks down on it all- a plasma cut experiment -glowing with the eastern morning light. Sometimes, […]

Joey Roth.

Joey Roth.

“My desk is actually an improvised filing cabinet now, since I’m in the process of moving from SF to Portland. I’ve taped some ideas for new designs, and my motivational print on the walls. I’ve placed my hammer next to my mouse as a physical reference for the material I’m designing with on the computer. I […]

Steven Heller.

Steven Heller.

Steve Heller wears many hats (in addition to the New York Yankees): For 33 years he was an art director at theNew York Times, originally on the OpEd Page and for almost 30 of those years with the New York Times Book Review. Currently, he is co-chair of the MFA Designer as Author Department, Special Consultant […]

Jesse Brown.

Jesse Brown.

FROM YOUR DESKS: Talk about your desk and its objects. JESSE BROWN: I have a serious need for objects around me to be aligned in a way that works for me visually, sometimes this gets in the way of making new work, but I should also say thatthese photographs make it seem that my workspace is always […]

Christina Vantzou.

Christina Vantzou.

“In this case my desk is my dining table.  I’ve opted for the home studio for the past ten years and only have occasional moments of self analysis about whether I get out enough due to the home/studio overlap. I have a desk in my bedroom where I work on music, and I often work […]


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