In the studio: Dan Lewis.
Dan is a 22 year old illustrator from Ontario who loves doing teenage hoodrat shit, riding bikes and skateboards, sleeping, drawing on anything possible, and not working. Other than that he’s a pretty simple guy, but he does draw rad pictures of melting faces. Here’s his studio.
This is my workspace, the wall is full of artwork from friends and artists that inspire me, it helps me out when I’m in a rut. Usually there’s a lot more clutter going on when I’m not using it as much but I’ve been working on a few projects so it’s semi-cleaned up.
My grandma bought me this desk a few years ago and although it’s kind of small I can’t get rid of it. It has this little drawer thing where I can toss all of the mess that clutters up my desk regularly. This is also where I keep my tablet for easy retrieval, and my bills to forget about.
Next to my desk is this little end table that I found in my mother’s basement, the thing rules. It’s the perfect height next to the bed I have in here and fits all my mail, medications, pairs of glasses, photos, and notebooks. There’s usually a lot more bottles of medications because I’m the sickest person I know, but I’m staying elsewhere lately so they’re all at that place. But seriously this table is a great thing.
I bought this light box at a thrift store for like three dollars a while ago, and it probably gets the most use out of anything in here. It’s really old and has a weird looking light bulb on the inside that I don’t think I can replace, so when that goes out my life is probably over.
some of Dan’s work