Studio Job's ‘Print Cabinet’ comprises thousands of icons that were individually designed by Nynke. ‘Alt Deutsch’ is a collective name for several patterns created in the period 2005 – 2012. The drawings that were used for this theme were drafted with the same approach (emphasising the outline). In 2006 Studio Job designed 'Underworld' for a public project, and in 2009, ING commissioned The Gospel. They also designed a number of new icons for The Book of Job in 2010. Adding these themes together created a mash-up. They first used this method of composition for the hand-painted furniture series Alt Deutsch in 2012.
7 Designs from the library of Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel of Studio Job were selected for the collection “Archives Wallpaper by Studio Job”. The collection reflects a retrospective history of their studio. They used archetypical drawings and these universal symbols are combined as iconographic elements for patterns, compositions and embossing, ultimately creating 6 designs.
The icons for Industry were designed in 2008 in response to the installation Farm (ZZM) and the Bavarian collection (Moss). In contrast to the seemingly 'peaceful' farm themes, Industry was...
The Labyrinth concept was first used in 2004 for a surrealistic garden design in Japan. Afterwards, Labyrinth was further developed as 'Labyrinth Sofa' for the Italian furniture manufacturer B&B. After...
'Perished' was created in 2005. The concept was to take furniture pieces, including a triptych bench, and veneer with wood according to the 17th century marquetry method. Following a visit...