By: Steven Heller | November 25, 2009
Let’s look in on Steven Guarnaccia‘s desk. Neat, though not too pristine. Eclectic, yet not raucous. This artist, illustrator, children’s book author, designer of ties, clocks, and chairs, and chair (person) of BFA Illustration at Parsons in New York City, sees his desk as an extension of his hands. Except that he washes his hands at least once a day, whether they need it or not.
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