“From the teaspoon to the city, the distinction between the fine and the applied arts is to be abolished.” – Walter Gropius
Pocket-Studio is the workspace of Director/Artist Jeffery Plansker. Projects that range from the personal to the professional (monthly radio programing, a record label, advertising for clients, a retail store and artistic practice) are developed and executed within these eight walls.
Subjects and brands are those of a natural ongoing interest.
Located in Los Angeles, CA., the Pocket Studio building was originally The James Real Studio designed by Arthur Lavagnino, featured in Art and Architecture Magazine in 1958, the book Modernism Rediscovered and photographed by Julius Shulman.