Welcome to another edition of Workspaces! We bring you inside the workspaces of creative individuals. Workspaces hopes to inspire you by showing you the toolkit that many creatives use to do their daily work. ☕️
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His workspace is a collection of industrially purposed furniture: a workbench, a tool cabinet, and a stool. During typical work hours it functions as a desk with a laptop and keyboard—but outside of the old 9-5, it’s a carving bench, a drawing space or a full printing line. Keeping it minimal makes it easy to swap out the tools for the space’s current needs. The prints shown are a backdrop for calls and come from friends around the industry: Camille Villanueva, InkyCatPrints, and Studio Tokek.
Inside Mac’s Workspace
Figma (for work)
HomePod (definitely a tool—always have music on in the shop)
Field Notes (always)
Blackwing Pencils, Uni-ball Signo Um 151
pFiel Swiss made palm handled carving tools
Ohkubo blue steel knife
lots of Band-Aids
Cranfield caligo safes wash relief inks
Nikon FM2 (for inspiration)
Are you interested in hearing more from Mac? He will be doing a Twitter Space this Wednesday to talk about design, Square, physical products, etc!
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