Slanted Mansions: a look into artists’ creative spaces

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By Siobhan Frost in New Art on Wednesday 1 August 2012

They’re talented, they’re hardworking, and now, with Slanted Mansion, you can get a peek into their spaces. They’re the creative doers and thinkers – some established, some emerging – from all around the globe and wildly different crafts and disciplines. Through their words and their environments, you can get to know a different one of these characters every week.

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Inside Amy Sol’s studio

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By Zolton in New Illustration on Tuesday 25 November 2008

We checked in with illustrator Amy Sol and asked her about the impact her workspace has on her unique interpretative style: ‘It’s pretty minimal and not necessarily clean all the time. If you visit me you can tell immediately how busy I am by how messy my place is. I like my work environment to be comfy but clear of too many visual distractions. I don’t have much artwork or anything interesting on my walls, but I do like flowers and plants near me. I’ve got so much going on in my head, external visual stimulation often goes unappreciated in my studio’.

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Christopher Neal on life after art

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By Zolton in New Illustration on Tuesday 26 August 2008

One of our favourite illustrators, the New York-based Christopher Neal, just happens to share a studio space with Sam Weber. Oh man! To be a extra large fly on that wall. It would be so tempting to attach a canvas to your back and just buzz on out of there!

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James Jean, a portrait of a young man as an artist

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By Zolton in New Illustration on Saturday 19 July 2008

New York artist James Jean doesn’t need any introduction. But, just in case you haven’t seen his work yet, take a peek now. And forever be in awe. We caught up with him recently in his studio and asked him about the props for his daily inspiration: ‘Sometimes I’ll have my laptop setup next to my work station so that I can listen to audio books, the radio, or have videos playing in the background. But mostly inspiration comes from books and magazines’.

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