Open Studios with Lotta Jansdotter: Twenty-Four Artists' Spaces

Open Studios with Lotta Jansdotter Twenty Four Artists Spaces Internationally acclaimed designer Lotta Jansdotter reinvents the craft book and reinforces her global appeal with this rare glimpse into the studios of accomplished artists crafters and designers a

  • Title: Open Studios with Lotta Jansdotter: Twenty-Four Artists' Spaces
  • Author: Lotta Jansdotter
  • ISBN: 9780811873123
  • Page: 346
  • Format: Paperback
  • Internationally acclaimed designer Lotta Jansdotter reinvents the craft book and reinforces her global appeal with this rare glimpse into the studios of accomplished artists, crafters, and designers around the world Open Studios takes us on a tour through Lotta s favorite cities Brooklyn, New York, where she lives Stockholm, where she grew up and Tokyo, where she has tInternationally acclaimed designer Lotta Jansdotter reinvents the craft book and reinforces her global appeal with this rare glimpse into the studios of accomplished artists, crafters, and designers around the world Open Studios takes us on a tour through Lotta s favorite cities Brooklyn, New York, where she lives Stockholm, where she grew up and Tokyo, where she has traveled extensively Hundreds of color photographs showcase each artist s studio while personal interviews reveal how they organize their supplies, use their space, and most importantly where they find inspiration The featured makers include graphic designers, photographers, ceramic artists, printers, and each offering a unique perspective on how to shape, decorate, and organize or not a creative space.

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    1. I read this book with a little envy - I wish I were there in person visiting the 24 studios with Lotta Jansdotter so I could open some drawers and get closer-up looks myself. I enjoyed the peek into the creative spaces of the artists, designers and photographers located in Brooklyn, Stockholm and Tokyo, especially those of Ian Hundley and Mociun, whose works I've lusted after for a while. It was fun to get a glimpse of the lives and workspaces of the 24 profilees but I would have like to see mor [...]

    2. I love to look through books like this. Normally that's all I do - just look at the pictures. But I read every word of this one. It's inspiring to see all the different ways that creative people use and organize their spaces. What I especially liked about this book was that it wasn't just beautiful studios. There were a few that were really big, beautiful spaces, but many of them were messy, crammed, and small. I really liked seeing all the different storage solutions that people have found or m [...]

    3. I bought this book in the spring and on several occasions flipped through parts of it to look at the pictures. I had a long day at the dentist scheduled on thursday and brought this book along to read while I waited. talk about a book that takes you to another place! I love how Lotta organized the book by city: Brooklyn, Stockholm and Tokyo. the casual interview style paired with the beautiful pictures is interesting and makes you feel like your right in the space. Warning, this book will make y [...]

    4. I picked this up in the Free Book Room because I hoped to find ideas for storing art supplies. Mysteriously, however, the artists featured in this book seem to have their stuff so well tucked away that I have no clue how it might be organized. But I did learn that it is a lovely thing to be an artist in Sweden, where the government views design as a key export and will invest generously in your creative work, while in New York it helps to have a trust fund.

    5. I really enjoyed flipping through this book and hearing about the artists who inhabit the space. I have to say that I'm totally biased because I love seeing creative workspaces. I find it inspiring to see how people make in the tiniest to largest workspaces.

    6. Sigh. This book is very inspirational. It has photographs of 24 studio spaces in Brooklyn, Stockholm, and New York. It is drool-worthy!

    7. I love peeking into spaces where art/designing happens.cially the crafty type of art. This book has a great variety and is really inspiring.

    8. This was a really lovely, visually inspiring peek into artists' studios around the world. If anything, I wish it had been longer and more detailed!

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