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#UAtakeover with Thomas Hammer

Thomas Hammer shows us a day in his studio through an Instagram #UAtakeover. Follow along below!

Photos by Thomas Hammer & Alfie Friday

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“If a canvas is in progress, like this one, I like to leave it in a conspicuous spot. That way, I’m always thinking about the next steps in its development, even if I’m not working on it at that particular moment.”

— Thomas Hammer

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“I like to keep finished canvases alongside works in progress. It keeps the work in dialogue with each other, which helps me think of each piece as fitting within a larger body of work.”

— Thomas Hammer

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