Studio Job is a design studio based in Antwerp. Items designed by Studio Job have been shown in museums and galleries around the world, and have won many design awards. Most recently their work has included imagery appropriated from the Nazi Holocaust as material for commercial use.
The lead designers of Studio Job are Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel, who met while attending the Design Academy Eindhoven. Studio Job was formed by Smeets after he graduated in 1998; Tynagel joined him upon her graduation in 2000. Studio Job also employs a team of young designers to assist Smeets and Tynagel.
Most recently Studio Job have used the Holocaust as inspiration for their work. Imagery from concentration camps including barb wire and smoking chimneys have been proposed for a commission for a private residence, while a table cloth showing a ground plan of Auschwitz with piles of spectacles was rejected from being used within a VIP lounge at the Groninger Museum.