A couple weeks ago, I had the opportunity to visit longtime UncommonGoods artist and former How To Make It panelists, Jenny Krauss in her new Manhattan studio. Jenny’s space is a combination between a warehouse and mission control, where she sends out her vision to artists in Peru who turn her designs into reality.
Virtually visit the offices of TerraCycle and creative studio of their Chief Design Junkie, Tiffany Threadgould.
Take a look inside the Brooklyn studio of jewelry and industrial designer Emily Rothschild.
The creator of memorable screenprinted characters like the Pancake Monster, Artist Laura Fisk grew up on the East Coast and called New York home for 10 years. She recently said goodbye to her Brooklyn studio and relocated to Austin, TX. From across the country, Laura opens the doors to her new studio to us and shares about embracing an unfamiliar work space, making art in a new city, and creating a happy place.
Situated above a Brooklyn art gallery, in a space shared by artists of varying mediums, Aaron’s single room looked more like a museum at first glance than a jewelry studio.
With artists throughout the 50 states, being able to visit the studio of each designer is a valuable, but more often unlikely opportunity. However, sometimes an opportunity lends itself to step inside the mind of an artist without ever setting foot in their hometown. Dolan Geiman generously takes us on our first remote studio tour and shares his tools, tricks and inspirations through photos of his space and in his owns words.