|Oliver Jeffer's workspace [via the Guardian]|
I'm also interested in the way a work space is used in that the thinking about something may or may not take place in the same place as the actual making of the something. I often make simmer over something during my day-to-day activities, making little notes and such, and then bring all this preliminary stuff to the table and actually work on the thing I'm making. Can a work area encompass both, as place to think and a place to work?
I did a quick web search on others works spaces and was delighted to come across a bunch of inspiring ideas. I love to study these photos and imagine what kinds of art and new ideas are invented in these spaces. Sometimes, looking at the space is like a small glimpse inside the creator's mind.
|Sirima Sataman's studio. on DesignSponge.com|
|From Geninne's Art Blog|
|Office studio on Pinterest|