The only creepy crawlies that deserve pride of place in every interior. The humorous cartoonish drawings by Studio Job make Insects a striking design classic. The ostensibly innocent images often conceal deeper layers, in this case the idea of transience.
An intriguing pattern of dancing animal carcasses. The cartoon-like, graphic bones of turtles, birds and crocodiles refer to superstitious fears, the contrast between life and death and to the excessive, sometimes violent moments that are part of our society.
Smoked sausages, horseshoes, milk jugs, buckets and cooking pots; nothing is as pretty as the combination of folklore and design. This Studio Job design is an ode to craftsmanship and highlights the return to rural and folkloristic elements in design and society.
The new series will be shown during the Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven, as part of the TextielMuseum presentation. Unlike other years, the museum will present itself at de Kazerne.