Illustrator’s Studios and Work Spaces, part 2

I love seeing photos of where artists work. I find the personality of the artist is very much reflected in the work space, which makes it interesting. I have previously done a blog post on photos of Illustrator’s Studios and Work Spaces but I thought it was time for an update, so some weeks ago I did a call to artists to share new photos of their studios and work spaces and here are the images that were submitted:

 

Cory Godbey:

http://corygodbey.com/
Studio: Cory Godbey

 

Jesper Ejsing

http://www.jesperejsing.blogspot.com/
Studio: Jesper Ejsing

 

Jeremy McHugh:

http://mchughstudios.com/
Studio: Jeremy McHugh

 

Milivoj Ćeran

http://mceran-art.com/

 

Oliver Wetter – Fantasio

http://fantasio.info/
Work Space: Oliver Wetter

 

Jason Pedersen

http://www.jasonpedersen.com/
Studio: Jason Pedersen

 

Tim Paul:

http://www.timpaulillustrations.com/
Studio: Tim Paul

 

Jenna Kass:

http://jennakass.com/
Studio: Jenna Kass

 

Kiri Østergaard Leonard

KiriLeonard.com

 

Kristina Gehrmann:

http://www.mondhase.com/
Studio: Kristina Gehrmann

 

Brian David Frank:

Studio: David Brian Frank

 

Heather Hitchman:

http://helloheath.deviantart.com/
Studio: Heather Hitchman

 

Kat G. Birmelin:

http://www.coroflot.com/katguevarart
Studio: Kat G. Birmelin

 

Louis-Philippe St Laurent:

Studio: Louis-Philippe St Laurent

 

Tiina Randviir:

Gallery
Studio: Tiina Randviir

 

Allan Morris:

Work Space: Allan Morris

 

Stephen Moore:

http://www.studiospectre.com/
Studio: Stephen Moore

 

Stuart DeViva:

Facebook Page
Studio: Stuart DeViva

 

Ken P. Domingo Kimaru Jr.

ken_studio

Thank you to everyone who submitted photos. If you didn’t make it in time for the call but would like to share a photo of your own work space feel free to post in the comments with a link.

Kiri Østergaard Leonard
kiri@kirileonard.com

Award winning Illustrator, Artist and Creator Kiri Østergaard Leonard happily shares her experiences making a living as an artist and pursuing a creative life. She grew up in a tiny village in Denmark, left her country behind to pursue art in the bustle of New York City and now resides in the delightful weirdness of Austin, Texas surrounded by sunshine and felines.

4 Comments

  • studiospectre

    03.12.2013 at 18:53 Reply

    Thanks for putting my image in there Kiri! Very fine article indeed. I definitely enjoy being creative when in the presence of my fishies!

  • Kat G Birmelin

    03.12.2013 at 19:22 Reply

    I love the fireplace in the studio! It must be so cozy.

  • Heather Hitchman

    03.12.2013 at 19:10 Reply

    So interesting to see the different work environments of fellow artists 🙂 Thanks for featuring my little corner of Bambi heaven!

    • Kiri

      04.12.2013 at 09:18 Reply

      You’re welcome, Heather!

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