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Studio Job was founded in 1998 by Job Smeets in the renaissance spirit, combining traditional and modern techniques to produce once-in-a-lifetime objects. At once highly specific and yet entirely universal, personally expressive and yet experimental, Studio Job has crafted a body of work that draws upon classical, popular and contemporary design and highly visual and sculptural art.

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19 November 2018

Alessi

As part of Studio Job’s continued collaboration with brand Alessi they launch three new products, the Rockcoco picture frame and the GaryBaldi biscuit tin (in two sizes).

 

RockCoco – Frame

 

“Carrying the iconic shape of the style, the name refers to it’s origins taking a contemporary spin on the old Rococo style through this high end kitsch piece.”

Rockcoco is reinterpreted here with an interplay of contemporary and original patterns, emblematic of the work of Studio Job: envelopes, trumpets, eyes, animals, etc. Quirky and current graphics, which provide this traditional photo frame with a serious face-lift.”

GaryBaldi – Cookie Tin

 

“The Garibaldi was the first biscuit to be packed in tins, named after the Italian general who was known to use tin boxes to transport his food on his extensive travels. Also a nod to the fictional British biscuit maker Gary who first successfully encapsulated dried fruit within a dry biscuit.”

This set is made up of two white tins, with contemporary and original patterns, emblematic of the work of Studio Job: trumpets, animals, thunderbolts, leaves, etc. Quirky and current graphics. They will be perfect for storing your small items or indeed storing biscuits and sweets in the kitchen.”

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