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“I believe that the delicacy and tenderness of some of the materials I use have similar qualities to human emotion, human condition. The objects can be physically fragile; they age, crack, break, fade.” Mari Anders' studio ALSO: Andrews’ studio.

Can I live in a house like this? :O ” … Inspired in the shape’s perception processes the children develop in their first years of life. The basic shapes of things and their differences are key elements in the development of knowledge, and specifically in acquiring reading skills and geometric basic concepts.”

Who says you can't make a desk out of two cheap sawhorses and a hollow-core door?? That's an old trick...been there, done that :) And just so you know, it functions beautifully.

For the future art room. Something I don't really ever talk about is how I paint when I'm either stressed or bored out of my mind. It's calming and no 2 paints ever come out looking the same.

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love this work space! Sirima Sataman of ink.paper.plate Press moved into this studio in San Francisco’s Dogpatch District one year ago.

Bold, graphic patterned wallpaper. Beautiful dappled light throughout sitting room.

Want this as an apartment, a studio, a place to write it. Photo by Pieter Estersohn.