inspiring studio spaces.

studio8

artist isabelle tuchband’s atrium art studio via the selby. even though i really like working from home, i love having the luxury of the studio space i share in downtown L.A. — it’s just such a creative escape from the norm, and can often inspire me just seeing what the other creatives there are up to. these spaces are something special, and i hope they inspire... 
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doodles.

mag5

Ana Strumpf. i don’t know where i’ve been, but i’ve never seen these doodled magazine covers before — have you? i love the idea though and it reminds me a lot of when i used to doodle the hell outta my school notebooks and pee-chee folders. i was super into it and felt like if my notebook cover wasn’t cool, well then i just wasn’t cool!... 
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real art for a fictitious world.

mary3_baseball

oh mary… there’s just something about mary! she’s kind, funny, beautiful, super cool, and basically a ray of sunshine. when i started planning what kind of art to buy for her cheery miami apartment, flowers kept popping to mind. yep, bunches of bright, fresh, colorful flowers dappled in golden sunlight seemed like a perfect fit for mary: yes! these gorgeous... 
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real art for a fictitious world.

lizlemoncats

well, let’s hope that oprah is telling liz to hang all of the art that i choose! ah, liz lemon, the creator and head writer for ‘tgs’ (on nbc’s 30 rock). she’s creative and wacky and socially awkward, and i love her… almost as much as she loves food: ok, yes. these are perfect for liz. she loves food, and, she’s totally obsessive.... 
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