40 Inspiring Workspaces Of The Famously Creative

From tiny writing desks to giant painting studios, the only thing all of these creative studios have in common is that they inspired their successful inhabitants to create greatness.

1. Mark Twain, author and humorist.

2. Georgia O’Keefe, painter.

3. E.B. White, writer.

4. Alexander Calder, sculptor.

5. Roald Dahl, children’s author.

6. Nikki McClure, illustrator.

7. Martin Amis, novelist.

8. Adrian Tomine, graphic novelist.

9. Virginia Woolf, novelist.

10. Willem de Kooning, artist.

11. Chip Kidd, book cover designer.

12. Amanda Hesser, food writer.

13. Ray Eames, designer and artist.

14. Joan Miró, artist.

15. Nigella Lawson, food writer.

16. Marc Johns, illustrator.

17. Susan Sontag, writer and filmmaker.

19. John Lennon & Yoko Ono, songwriters and artists.

20. Marc Chagall, painter.

21. John Updike, writer.

23. Colm Tóibín, writer.

24. David Hockney, painter.

25. William Buckley, author and commentator.

26. Charlotte Bronte, novelist and poet.

27. Yves Saint Laurent, fashion designer.

28. Yoshitomo Nara, artist.

29. Will Self, writer.

30. Francis Bacon, painter.

31. Anne Sexton, poet.

32. Orla Kiely, fashion designer.

33. Jane Austen, novelist.

34. Lisa Congdon, illustrator.

35. Susan Orlean, journalist.

36. Rudyard Kipling, author.

37. Jackson Pollock, painter.

38. Ruth Reichl, food writer.

39. George Bernard Shaw, playwright.

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