louis poulsen lighting, Milan 2013, Salone del Mobile

The Lightning Archives of Studio Job by Slamp

The Slamp Tube is back after a quarter of a century, now with seven themes that “derive their iconographic grammar from Dadaism.” Introduced at Euroluce 2017, The Lightning Archives of Studio Job by Studio Job for Slamp offers seven illustrative interpretations of the iconic tube: Labyrinth, Love Peace Joy, Perished, Peace Skull, Faena Art, Bananas, and L’Afrique. In a world where the pendant lamp often gets the most attention (and why not, given it’s suspended quality, existing in two worlds at once and never arriving anywhere), the floor lamp is often neglected. Not so with The Lightning Archives, which turns the tube into a canvas that illuminates important movements in art, from kitsch to tribalism, and pop art to classicism. Hence, the collection offers up everything from African masks to Greek key patterns, and skeletons to floating bananas. For more information on this new Slamp collection, visit www.slamp.com.
Posted December 7, 2017 by Stoyan Ilchev

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