Artists love to see other artist's studios. Especially me. When I lived in Chicago I never missed an opportunity to go on studio tours. Artists have a way of creating unique spaces. I just got this book Open Studios with Lotta Jansdotter, and I love it. Lots of great pictures from studios in Brooklyn, Stockholm and Tokyo. I like the fact that the studios are real. They look lived in and worked in, not all neat and perfectly tidy like you see in some books and magazines. I like order and I like my studio fairly neat, but I also tolerate mess because that is part of my creative process. I have my studio at home now, and it is very different from when I rented a space. I clean up more often after I work, and I have to resist the call to do chores, but I like being able to go in there any time I feel like working. I get a surprising amount of art made in those little snippets of time I don't consider my official studio practice time!