Is your studio or workspace tiny but convenient, space-challenged but stylish? Does it do double duty as garage, playroom, homework table and closet? If so, we hope you’ll let us share it on PDNPulse in this year’s Cramped But Cool Studio Showcase.
In coordination with PDN’s Studio Issue, we’ll post images of selected submissions to the Cramped But Cool Showcase on PDNPulse throughout the month of February, and then let readers vote on their favorites. The photographer whose workspace garners the most votes (or likes on PDN’s Facebook page) will receive a $50 gift certificate from a photo retailer.
If you’d like us to show off your workspace on PDNPulse’s Cramped But Cool Studio Showcase, please submit 1 to 3 jpeg images to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Include a short description (up to 100 words) of your workspace, any renovations or arrangements you made to accommodate the way you work, what you’ve got stored there, how many other creatures use the space (kids, pets, etc), and its best and worst features. Be sure to put “Cramped But Cool” in your subject line.
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