Fuck Yeah Art Studios!

A celebration of creative spaces
Here’s a neat photo of a shipping container that has been converted to living space.  I see much art studio potential in this design.  Click the pic to see more, as well as some photos of an airstream renovation/conversion that would also make a neat studio.

Here’s a neat photo of a shipping container that has been converted to living space.  I see much art studio potential in this design.  Click the pic to see more, as well as some photos of an airstream renovation/conversion that would also make a neat studio.

I suppose darkrooms are ‘studios’, too, though perhaps not in the conventional sense.  While most art studios benefit from a great deal of natural light flooding in, darkrooms benefit from the complete absence of stray —or unfiltered— photons.  This is Ansel Adams in his Carmel CA darkroom.   

I suppose darkrooms are ‘studios’, too, though perhaps not in the conventional sense.  While most art studios benefit from a great deal of natural light flooding in, darkrooms benefit from the complete absence of stray —or unfiltered— photons.  This is Ansel Adams in his Carmel CA darkroom.   

“Especially now that I am in a wheelchair and I have nurses and  stuff come, it’s really important that I inflict my lifestyle on the  family as little as possible. So, a separate studio is really  essential.” Chuck Close, Bond Street, New York City

Notice the easel, which allows the painting to drop through the floor as well as rotate.

“Especially now that I am in a wheelchair and I have nurses and stuff come, it’s really important that I inflict my lifestyle on the family as little as possible. So, a separate studio is really essential.”

Chuck Close, Bond Street, New York City

Notice the easel, which allows the painting to drop through the floor as well as rotate.

What a beautiful design.  Perhaps a little impractical for some of us, who would appreciate running water, a commode and a sink, but certainly a nice space. 

What a beautiful design.  Perhaps a little impractical for some of us, who would appreciate running water, a commode and a sink, but certainly a nice space.