Graphic Paper Floor Lamp
by Studio Job (Moss Edition)


Artist/Designer: Studio Job (Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel)
b. 1970, Belgium and b. 1977, Holland
Title: Graphic Paper Floor Lamp 2007
Medium: Wood, cardboard, and lacquered paper
Dimensions: 76.4"h x 27.6" diameter
Manufacturer: Moooi. Made in the Netherlands.
Details: This floor lamp is part of a three piece series produced in a special limited edition exclusively for Moss. (Installation photo from Moss included). The initial design was originally created for Moooi but offered in a white only finish. This example stamped Job in blue ink, 2007 and annotated for Moss 1/12 in black ink. Lamp requires a E26, 100 watt incandescent bulb. Ships in the original wooden crate and is in excellent condition.
Notes from the Archive: Studio Job, founded in 2000 by Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel, is best known for combining a high level of craftsmanship with extreme ornamentation. Their work sits on the border between art and design, and their iconography moves from traditional or primitive, to symbolic and monumental. Their style has been referenced as "neo-gothic" due to the complex combination of symbolic ornamentation and the message it implies. In the Graphic Paper Floor Lamp, Smeets and Tynagel used their initial design for Moooi produced in a pristine white lacquered paper as their blank canvas and added an exacting graphic pattern of charming insects for this limited edition version.
Studio Job has exhibited worldwide and their work is included in numerous international museums. The Groninger Museum in the Netherlands opened The Studio Job Lounge within the prestigious museum, and exhibited a major retrospective of their work. A comprehensive retrospective, "Studio Job; MADHOUSE" will be opening in March 22-August 21 at the Museum of Art & Design in New York City.
Shipping Notes: Ships in wooden crate, and may require white glove delivery. Please contact us for shipping arrangements.

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