What artist's personal studio workspace would YOU wanna sneak into?
Before I get to the QUESTION--today Adam Gnade posted a “photo essay” of excellent spooky photos of his workspace.
I think it's a great idea, to get a nice look into artists' personal home studios.
It's here: HTTP://WWW.MYSPACE.COM/GNADE
Real psychedelic voodoo shop stuff. (I totally think I spotted a bong AND a switchblade knife in one of them in all the clutter. The Satanism stuff is… interesting.)
It's the first post in the MySpace blog. Good stuffs.
Which brings up the question: WHOSE studio or workspace or art-space or practice space would YOU like to be a fly-on-the-wall in?????????? and again I say, “?????”