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A Unique Look Inside Several S6 Artist Studios

Creative space should promote artistic exploration. Hands down. It's why we individualize the spaces we work in - adding trinkets, tools and visual queues to excite the creative journey. A few months back we asked s6 artists to let us in on this part of their process. More specifically, we asked they show us around their workspace and tell us a little bit about it. The response was a unique look into the story, size, flavor and function behind a wide array of creative spaces.

Below is a cross section of workspaces and a snippet of words from the artist. You can click through to a more in-depth tour for any of the featured spaces below. At the very bottom, you'll find a link to all Studio Tours.

Thank you to every artist for letting us in the cave [even though we did insist on coming in]. Enjoy.

 

A Unique Look Inside Several S6 Artist Studios

The majestic naked cat you see in the photos is the wonder known as Kreacher. He is a hairless cat, or Sphynx, and he is named after the unhappy house elf in Harry Potter. He is, however, nothing like the sad house elf. He is constantly chasing Nerf bullets, doing parkour around the living room and looking for warms places. -Zeke Tucker

See Zeke's workspace

 

A Unique Look Inside Several S6 Artist Studios

My desk chair, though creaky, is one of my favorite parts of my workspace. It was an old beat up chair that I think was found on the side of the road. It was pretty disgusting. After giving it a good clean, I reupholstered with burlap coffee bean bags. -Tina Crespo

See Tina's workspace

 

A Unique Look Inside Several S6 Artist Studios

Flatlands is in the old Ford manufacturing building. It has great natural light from huge windows, a freight elevator unlike any you've ever seen and old creaky floors that give it character. -Sam Kirk

See inside Sam's collective workspace

 

A Unique Look Inside Several S6 Artist Studios

I keep a tidy workspace which has the most natural light I've ever experienced in a studio. My favorite aspect is my constantly changing DIY wall space where I pin up memorabilia people give me or ones I collect. I also have a separate workspace where I practice calligraphy. -Shirong Gao

See Shirong's workspace

 

A Unique Look Inside Several S6 Artist Studios

The space is quite small, and it's not really a studio. I share it with my bed, lots of CDs, books and drawing tools. It's actually too small for works bigger than A4/A3, which can be quite frustrating sometimes. -Natalie Foss

Read more about Natalie's workspace

 

A Unique Look Inside Several S6 Artist Studios

The studio is situated in what was once my grandfather's shop, which makes it an even more sentimental attachment of roots and nostalgia on our property. The studio space has multiple work stations and multifunctions as a wood shop (for making frames, cradles, etc.), a drafting think tank, a painting studio, as well as a storage area for screen prints, posters, paper media, and mailable consumables. -Nick Beery aka Beery Method

See Nick's workspace

 

A Unique Look Inside Several S6 Artist Studios

It may not be much to look at but it's were I create and that's enough for me. -Vin Zzep

See Vin Zzep's workspace

 

A Unique Look Inside Several S6 Artist Studios

When I create and I look around me, I have to see things that mean something to me, and that put me in a "story telling" mood. -Judith Clay

See more of Judith's workspace

 

VIEW ALL STUDIO TOURS!

 

Including Caitlin HackettSteve Bonello, Anna Hammer, Max-o-maticJenna Kutcher and more.

 

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mentalembellisher commented on Tuesday, January 27, 2015 2:39pm
Ha ha! I forgot I'd put mine in there, when I first joined S6! So cool to see everyone's space :-)
http://society6.com/mentalembellisher...lisher-1kf
Wendy Townrow commented on Tuesday, January 27, 2015 2:47pm
cool, I wish I had a studio space.
Sara Eshak commented on Tuesday, January 27, 2015 5:20pm
nice
Stop4Design commented on Tuesday, January 27, 2015 11:27pm
Interesting article, Tweeted ...
See you at Society6.
Margot
deificus Art commented on Wednesday, January 28, 2015 1:35am
Nice, I believe living space and creative/working space needs to be separated so you get out of the home relaxing mode, to productive creative mode. :)
Ariel Ni-Wei Huang commented on Wednesday, January 28, 2015 4:49am
I miss my big desk! Really relieving to know that there are other artists who work on small lappies like me! I'd be keen to get a desktop computer in the future though!
Tina Crespo commented on Wednesday, January 28, 2015 7:09am
Thank you for featuring my office! Loved seeing everyone's entries. I now have a new office (which isn't even set up yet) but this one will always be my favorite :)
Jenna Kutcher commented on Thursday, January 29, 2015 10:25am
Thank you so much for sharing my office! Such an honor!
Amanda Jane Dalby commented on Thursday, January 29, 2015 1:12pm
So lovely to see. But I wonder....those neat ones....are they like that all the time? Mine is a mess!
NOT MY TYPE commented on Friday, January 30, 2015 1:52am
Love the old Ford factory
Laura Graves commented on Friday, January 30, 2015 3:54am
I love this series - it's so fun to see where other people work!
Linda Tomei commented on Friday, January 30, 2015 10:07am
I love seeing where other people work. My studio is in the process of being put together. These spaces here I hope give me the umpf to finish it.
Sami Kelsh commented on Saturday, January 31, 2015 10:36am
I'd love to have a big, spacious creative workspace. I work from my couch. It's comfy and I can get a surprising amount done next to my partner while he plays Assassin's Creed, so it's a win-win.
Hiné Mizushima commented on Monday, February 2, 2015 3:07pm
Cool series! I love to see artists workspaces! Here is my tiny studio! :)
http://society6.com/hine/studio-tour-...-mizushima
Shirong Gao commented on Wednesday, February 4, 2015 6:51pm
Thanks for the feature, Team S6! And thanks to everyone for sharing.
heidikimurart commented on Thursday, February 26, 2015 3:05am
nice

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