Photography by: Sam Alive
Produced by: Dan Hwang
In the middle of a nondescript block in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, a building with a brick facade painted blue leads to two studios. After passing through the neat room of an artist whose giant monochromatic works dominate the space, we got to Eric Elms’ studio, complete with a basketball hoop with a potted plant in the net and giant wood cut-outs of happy faces with his famed Kilroy character peeking out. In our Inside Look segment, we give you a peek at the space inhabited by the multi-talented Eric Elms, who does his corporate design, fine art painting, and book publishing from this space. If you haven’t already taken a look at our Fresh + Creative segment, head over to check out our interview with him. In the meantime, click through to get visually acclimated to the work of an artist who has left his stamp on many brands you know and love.