The chaotically organized home studio of Jim Mezei

Jim Mezei is a talented freelance illustrator and graphic designer with a passion for building and vintage design. He also enjoys listening to good music that has become a big part of his daily routine. He listens to music while he’s working and, as he also declared, music influences his work in many ways. His favorite place to sit and listen to his favorite music is on his Eames Sofa. However, he can’t fit that sofa into his home studio.

The studio is where he works, where he paints and where he thinks and comes up with new ideas. As in many cases, an artist’s studio can be a really chaotic space. This is not an exception. In this small space, Jim managed to fit a lot of things. It’s where he keeps his creations and everything he needs to make them. He has many painting on the walls and scattered all over the room. The fact that artists are not organized people is not a secret. However, this is an organized chaos. It might seem like a mess but every little piece of paper and every little tool has its own place.

Jim’s studio is a tight space with a desk and a vintage chair. There are many things scattered in there and the desk is always full. The walls are almost entirely covered by paintings, notes and all sorts of things. We can see that the artist is passionate by vintage graphic design by some of his creations and decorations. He also likes vintage furniture.{found on apartmenttherapy}.

Published by in Office Design Ideas, on July 13th, 2012


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