I'm always fascinated by the workspaces of artists and designers. I love the paint-splattered floors, the discarded scraps, the stained surfaces cluttered with dripping jars and mangled tubes. I love the sparse, utilitarian fixtures, the serendipitous vignettes and, of course, the light.
Thankfully, I'm not alone. Interiors photographer Paul Barbera has been documenting his own obsession with creative spaces in a captivating online portfolio, Where They Create. Showing artists in their studios across the globe, his collection provides a wealth of inspiration for storing and displaying materials, capturing light, and sharing creative space with others.
How does your workspace inspire creativity?