Illustrators’ Studios and Work spaces

I love seeing photos of the studios and work spaces of my fellow artists. To me the studio is a sacred ground where the magic happens. The studio speaks of the mindset of the person inhabiting and creating within it. Many of the illustrators I admire have posted pictures of their studios on blogs and facebook fan pages. Here is a collection of some of my favourites.

Aaron B Miller’s Studio complete with cat:


Cynthia Sheppard’s Studio:


Marc Scheff’s Studio:


Noah Bradley’s Workspace:


Next up we have a group from the Muddy Colors blog:


Arnie Fenner’s Studio:

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Donato Giancola’s Studio:

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Petar Meseldžija’s Studio


Jesper Ejsing’s Studio

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Eric Fortune’s Studio

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And then some studios of other professional illustrators:


Adam Paquette’s Studio


Darren Yeow’s Studio


Nathan Fowkes’ workspace


Mike Butkus’ Studio


Brian Froud’ Studio


Boris Vallejo and Julie Bell’s Studio


James Gurney’s Studio


Lastly one of my most favourites because the studio is so reflected in the artist’s work:


Angela Rizza’s Workspace


And finally my own studio, also complete with cat.

I hope you have enjoyed this collection of studios and workspaces! I would love to see your studio too, so feel free to link to your own in the comments, please!

Kiri Østergaard Leonard

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.


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