Like many artists, I enjoy seeing how other artists arrange and use their studios and work spaces. This is partly out of curiosity and partly with an eye to possibly useful ideas.
Here are a couple more sources for photos of artists’ studios, in this case mostly illustrators, concept artists and comics artists. One is an article on Muddy Colors and the other a Tumblr blog called art workspace. In both cases, the images are linked to larger ones in which you can see more detail.
As always, the range of environments and approaches is fascinating, and it’s particularly interesting to see the artist’s working space when you’re familiar with their work.
I’ve selected example images here for the studios of some artists I have previously featured on Lines and Colors, and provided links to my articles below.
(Images above, studios of: Tom Kidd, Andrew “Android” Jones, Yuko Shimizu, Michael Whelan, Paolo Rivera, Jean-Baptiste Monge, Tran Nguyen, Shawn Barber, James Gurney, Iain McCaig, Eric Fortune, Donato Giancola, Chris Buzelli, Drew Struzan)
[Via John Gallagher]