“In the morning, I make breakfast while my wife and daughters get up. We drink juice and eat bread with cheese or jam, or sometimes we’ll have oat porridge with fruit and nuts. Then we follow the girls to school and I walk to my studio afterward, looking forward to getting a cup of coffee and drawing. The first two to three hours at work are sacred. I try to avoid being distracted during this time—I don’t look at emails This story is from Kinfolk Issue Seventeen Buy Now Related Stories Arts & Culture Issue 39 Shelf Life The rise and rise of design objects. Arts & Culture Issue 29 At Work With: Nicolas Ouchenir By virtue of his unusual talent, Nicolas Ouchenir has become Paris’s go-to calligrapher. Arts & Culture Issue 22 Personality Tests: A Brief History From warfare to psych wards to the workplace, Harriet Fitch Little uncovers our long-standing fascination with personality tests. Arts & Culture Entrepreneur Issue 22 Tips: Brainstorming and Contracts Whether you're brainstorming with colleagues or hammering out a contract, taking everyone's viewpoint into consideration leads to the best outcome. Arts & Culture Issue 22 Pattern & Repetition Science writer Philip Ball speaks on the intertwined relations of our brains and the patterns they perceive. Arts & Culture Issue 22 At Work With: Laurent Martin A little more than a decade ago, Laurent Martin defected from the advertising world and retreated into an artist's life in rural Catalonia.