Porselain spoons & Banana Lamp by Studio Job | Milkbottle

Porselain spoons & Banana Lamp by Studio Job

Belgian-based Studio Job created a range of seven glowing banana lamps for The Banana Show, an exhibition exploring the layered meanings held by the popular icon of visual culture. Each light is made from polished bronze base that cradles a mouth-blown glass fruit containing LED lights. Founded in 2010 by Dutch design duo Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel, Studio Job is renowned for its “neo-gothic” style and often collaborates with the likes of MoMA, the V&A, Bvlgari and Viktor & Rolf.Speaking of the idea behind the exhibition, Smeets stated, “the banana is becoming a monument […] it refers to Andy Warhol – and bananas are the most popular fruit in the world.”

Sets of porselain amuse spoons and jewelry dishes in a beautiful giftbox by new jewelry & ceramics brand C-treasury, owned & designed by me,’s Leonoor: ‘After 20 years of designing for commercial brands, departmentstores and retail organizations, and suffering from a growing worry about my support to the giant mass production in the world,  it was time to start my own brand. A collection of playful yet timeless jewelry & ceramics, in limited editions, all handmade by me in Amsterdam.’


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left Banana lamp, Studio Job
right Banana lamp, Studio Job

Seletti, Studio Job, C-treasury available via Rumours Concepstore, Rotterdam

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