Archives Wallpaper by Studio Job

February 24, 2016

Wall of Designs

The greatest hits of Studio Job's distinctive graphic style has been translated to wallpapers, courtesy of wall coverings specialist NLXL.  Watch out for skulls, icons, withered flowers and other unexpected visual delights.

The Archives Wallpaper by Studio Job is on show as part of the Design Triennial at the Cooper Hewitt, the leading museum for historic and contemporary design in the US.  In this fifth edition, the Design Triennial showcases creations of 63 designers from around the world in an exploration of 7 notions of beauty: extravagant, intricate, ethereal, transgressive, transformative, emergent, and elemental.  This diversity not only reinforces the maxim that beauty is in the eye of the beholder but is also a reminder of how good design can inspire ideas, communicate stories and evoke the deep emotional responses which constitute beauty.

The Design Triennial exhibition is on display at the Cooper Hewitt Museum until 21 August 2016. 

 

Links

http://www.studiojob.be

http://www.cooperhewitt.org/events/current-exhibitions/beauty-cooper-hewitt-design-triennial/

Shop the Style

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Product Inspiration

A colourful rug, such as Triangles from Golran, is a great way to add a dash of panache to any space.  We also like the Fishbone table from Moroso, which uses an innovative technique to create beautiful patterns.

Triangles Rug from Golran      Fishbone Table from Moroso

The Monkey lights from Seletti are fun, surreal and unexpected, just like the Studio Job wallpaper. 

Monkey Light Sitting from Seletti      Monkey Light Hanging from Seletti

Distorted figurative patterns can look very interesting on accessories, check out the Multidish from Seletti for example, also the Clam vase from Sena Gu.

Clam Vase from Sena Gu      Multidish from Seletti






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