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Discover Two New Quirky Collections from Best Photography Sponsor Seletti

Best Photography Award sponsor Seletti, know a thing or two about eye-catching design. Renowned for their fun and quirky designs which turn everyday objects into striking works of art, the brand have collaborated with some of the world’s top design practices to bring their unique work to their customers. The IBA Blog takes a look at two of their most resent collections in partnership with Studio Job…

 

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Job & Seletti – Image courtesy of seletti

 

Blow by Job & Seletti is another unconventional and irresistibly cheeky cult collection and is the latest range released by the two design houses. Filled with hot dogs, sensuous mouths, eggs and even marijuana leaf motifs, this collection takes its inspiration straight from pop art, where the mundane is made fantastical.

 

Job & Seletti
Job & Seletti – Image courtesy of Seletti

 

The collection of porcelain, lamps, rugs, mirrors and even folding chairs are instant icons for the home which play on known emblems such as the American Presidential seal and reworks them into tongue-in-cheek accessories. The Blog collection was created from the desire to offer design lovers fantasy objects which are both unique and accessible, and it certainly hits the mark with the instantly recognisable pieces.

 

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Un_Limited by Job & Seletti – Image courtesy of Seletti

 

The second Job & Seletti collection is Un_Limited which combines the exclusivity of Sudio Job’s artistic imagination with Seletti’s accessibility. Statement pieces from this collection include the Shimmering gold Banana lamp and fabulously whacky Tiffany Tree lamp which is set to be one of the brand’s most unusual accessories to date. Also part of this collection is the Hot Dog sofa and Hamburger chair which turn iconic images of American pop culture into furnishings, giving rise to the ‘Fast Food Furniture’ collection.

 

Job & Seletti
Un_Limited by Job & Seletti – Image courtesy of Seletti

Shop the ever quirky Seletti collection at Amara.

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