Illustrator and graphic designer andygigante_82 knows how to place his computer setup in an entertaining context. The fantastical space is his “Little Hobby Hole” — which he writes with a trademark symbol — as depicted in his Reddit post.
Looking at his photos, you might not notice the computer gear. That’s understandable, given every shot’s explosion of dynamic graphics, colorful action figures, skateboards festooned with his own graphic designs and more.
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For the record, there’s an iMac in there somewhere
If you can take your eyes off the giant Andy Kaufman poster, the One:12 Collective Popeye Action Figure and the Jumbo Foam Akashi Head, you might spot the entertaining setup’s central figure: a 27-inch iMac.
Actually, maybe you saw the iMac because of the image on its screen. It’s a scene from the briefly X-rated 1969 film Midnight Cowboy. You know, Dustin Hoffman, Jon Voight, Times Square in its inglorious heyday of dissipation.
You can’t miss the shot among the seemingly thousands of cultural references in the room. Or maybe you can.
A gamer dwells within this entertaining setup
On his 55-inch Bahom L-Shaped Computer Desk, Andygigante_82 uses the 27-inch iMac with a Razer Gigantus XXL gaming pad, an Alienware AW610M Gaming Mouse and a compact mechanical keyboard of some sort.
The hardware and other electronics cables in the room run through a D-Line Cable Management Box.
As for everything that’s not computing equipment, furniture or lighting — the sorts of things in our list below — scroll down in the post’s comments for a list of items, or click here. There are about three dozen entertaining collectibles and other decorative bits you may want to see.
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Computer and peripherals:
Furniture and lighting:
- Bahom 55-inch L-Shaped Computer Desk
- Ikea Lampan Table Lamp
- Joel Nakamura “Mecha G” Sport Silver Lamp
- McGuffey LED Corner Floor Lamp RGB
If you would like to see your setup featured on Cult of Mac, send some high-res pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide a detailed list of your equipment. Tell us what you like or dislike about your setup, and fill us in on any special touches or challenges.