Tuesday, March 17, 2009
We always imagined an artist's studio as a dark, junk-filled basement where the mad-scientist-cum-artistic-genius slaves away under a single bare lightbulb, forging his masterpieces in a fever of self-reflection upon a mountain of crumpled sketches. This great video of Philip Crangi's New York Studio from New York Magazine changes your view completely. Find out what the mad jeweler has hidden up his sleeve.
Labels: Philip Crangi