from your desks

February 7, 2011

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The above images are from the blog *from your desks*, belonging to Adrian Tomine and Milton Glaser, respectively. Click on either image to see more, and to go to that blog. Inspired by this, I asked other artists what their desks were like. Some posted photos without me asking, even. There are all shapes and sizes of space, most very small. What is clear is that in (pretty much) every case, whether there is lots of paraphernalia around, or not, all that is (really) needed to make magic is a pen and paper. and a computer. and a large dog. and…

In no particular order: Philip Bond, Simon Gurr, Allen Raul, Matt Timson, Faz Choudhury, FeltMistress, Henry Flint (who has just moved in), Dave Johnson (who has provided a handy map, click on the eighth image to see it), Christian Wildgoose, Rob Davis, Skottie Young, David Wynne, Jock, Glyn Dillon, Jonathan Edwards, Howard Hardiman, Warwick Johnson Cadwell, Frank Miller and Viv Schwarz. Ben Templesmith is still tidying up. Apologies if I missed any of the direct contributors off.. there were quite a lot. My workspace is the last.

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Update: Ben Templesmith studio:

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One Response to “from your desks”


  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Jamie McKelvie, Jonathan Edwards, Faz Choudhury, davidwynne, Howard Hardiman and others. Howard Hardiman said: RT @itsthatlady: http://wp.me/pExGV-5Wy from your desks also cc @marcellerby @skottieyoung @templesmith @devilpig666 @davidwynne they … […]


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