Belgian studio Studio Job has created a mosaic series called Industry Amber, inspired by England's Industrial Revolution. The Industrial Revolution took place in the late 18th and early 19th centuries when scientific advances and technological innovations brought about growth in agricultural and industrial production, economic expansion, and changes in living conditions.
In a modern and strictly singular texture, symbolic objects from that period include steam engines, locomotive wheels, work tools and industrial buildings are juxtaposed, giving the effect of depth.
The studio's Silhouette Turquoise collection features a pattern of everyday objects that overlap.
The designs had patterned with the same industrial motifs as Studio Job's 2010 Industrial Series furniture designs include rosewood tables, cabinets, and room dividers patterned with lighter inlays.
The Silhouette Turquoise collection had designed as a "fun" overlapping of everyday objects. The keys have a randomly mixed shape, including astronaut suits and ribbons.
Studio Job has also produced a collection of mosaic tiles with spooky graphics for Halloween in previous years.
Perished tile designs had created using motifs previously applied to wallpaper. The designers created a symbolic language in the models, stating that their regular irregularities symbolize both power and danger.