Mexico, designed by Studio Job, is a skull-like lamp with a graphic pattern on the surface, functioning both as a stool and side table, too. Reminding of the traditional painted skulls from the homonymous country, Mexico is a whimsical reminder of the cyclicality of our presence on Earth, to exorcise death and celebrate life. Suitable for lounge areas, dining rooms and outdoors spaces. Wireless, with a rechargeable battery, LED light, and 16 different interchangeable RGB colors, it can be regulated from a distance by remote control.
In 1998 Job Smeets Nynke Tynagel founded Studio Job, a creative hub based in Netherlands where traditional and modern come together to produce once- in-a-lifetime objects characterized by a strong love for details, freedom of expression and a blend of 2D and 3D. Extravagant and cartoon-like products made them pioneers in contemporary conceptual and sculptural design scene.