This Textile Designer Archives Everything—And We Mean Everything—With This Compact Scanner
Where Roxana Eslamieh works.
Updated Oct 12, 2018 6:29 AM
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Visiting a person’s workspace is like taking a peek inside their brain. Whether it’s at home or in an art studio, Where I Work explores where creative people do all of their, well, creating—so that you can steal their on-the-clock style.
Name: Roxana Eslamieh
Occupation: Textile designer at Manuka Textiles
Where I work: In my Los Angeles studio.
What time I start: 11 a.m.
What time I clock out: 8 p.m.
Three words that describe my space: Plants, textures, and airy.
The most important thing in my studio: A window.
What’s on the walls: Wallpaper! Plus drawings, color combinations, masks, and art.
My current creative fuel: Days off.
What I turn to when I’m stuck: Swimming.
How I stay organized: Vintage drawers.
Favorite pen: Using it now! Pilot Precise V7 Rolling Ball, Extra Fine.
Best notebook: Designworks Ink Vegan Leather Folio.
Technology I can’t live without: iPad.
Desk chair that I could (and do) spend hours in: Standing stool.
How I fight the 3 p.m. slump: Sunshine and wine.
Ideal office snack: Cheese and pineapple with Perrier.
Preferred soundtrack: Anything Giorgio Moroder.
Things I Can’t Work Without
I use this for multiple purposes, from rolling out wallpaper to hanging small overhead shots.
It’s a powerful and small hard drive. I take a handful of these with me everywhere I go!
Best invention ever. Scanners. I tell you, I scan everything!
This is where I go to think.
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