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Think Your Kid’s Room Is Bad? Check Out The Workspaces Of These 45 Creative Geniuses.

While flipping through the pages of your favorite book or maybe listening to the chorus of a favorite song, you might begin to wonder what was going through the mind of that artist. That’s almost impossible to know for sure, but we are able to know the next best thing: what the rooms of these creative geniuses looked like when they worked on their legendary projects. Check it out!

John Lennon and Yoko Ono, musician and artists.

Jane Austen, writer.

Mark Twain, writer.

Virginia Woolf, writer.

Al Gore, former United States vice president.

Susan Sontag, writer and filmmaker.

Charlotte Brontë, writer.

Tina Fey, writer and actress.

Anne Sexton, poet.

George Bernard Shaw, playwright.

Pablo Picasso, artist.

Rudyard Kipling, writer.

Roald Dahl, children’s author.

Albert Einstein, theoretical physicist.

Georgia O’Keefe, painter.

Yves Sain Laurent, fashion designer.

Adrian Tomine, graphic novelist.

Jackson Pollock, painter.

John Updike, writer.

Nigella Lawson, food writer.

Francis Bacon, painter.

E.B. White, writer.

Alexander Calder, sculpter.

Chip Kidd, book cover designer.

David Hockney, painter.

Joan Miró, artist.

Colm Tóibín, writer.

Marc Chagall, painter.

Woody Allen, filmmaker.

Lisa Congdon, illustrator.

Marc Johns, illustrator.

Amanda Hesser, food writer.

Ray Eames, designer and artist.

Mark Rothko, painter.

William Buckley, writer and commentator.

Martin Amis, writer.

Milton Glaser, graphic designer.

Nikki McClure, illustrator.

Paul Cézanne, painter.

Yoshitomo Nara, artist.

Orla Keily, fashion designer.

Susan Orlean, journalist.

Willem de Kooning, artist.

Ruth Reichl, food writer.

Will Self, writer.

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