Dan Golden Studio is an interdisciplinary art & design agency led by partners Dan Golden and Jen Huh. Areas of focus include product design & development, textile design, creative strategy, graphic design, website design, art & photo direction and brand development.
The studio's work has been featured in numerous magazines and websites including The New York Times, The New Yorker, Fast Company, Interior Design, Veranda, The LA Times, Shelter, FORM, Angeleno, David Report, designboom, Behance, and Mocoloco.
Hand-tufted rug collection. Please contact the studio for more information.
Hand-knotted wool & silk rugs inspired by popular medications.
"The New Age Rug Collection was inspired by my experiences growing up in the 1970s; living in Mexico and on communes, the people I knew, my parents, and the general "vibe" of the time. I wanted to take all of these elements and transform them into designs which bring positive energy, warmth and safety into people's homes and lives. I see these rug designs as encouraging mantras and reminders for us all - to create safe spaces, be in the present and spread good vibes." - Dan Golden
Large scale god's eye sculptures created by Jen Huh.
Please contact the studio for additional information.
Giant God's Eye #2
72" x 72"
Yarn and Poplar
Giant God's Eye #1
60" x 60"
Yarn and Poplar
Rugs, Plates, Platters, Coffee & Espresso Cups, Pillows, Bistro Glasses and Placemats.
Collection of humorous wall graphics and clocks. For more information, please visit Blik.
Urban Graphics, a UK-based publisher of contemporary greeting cards and stationery is currently producing cards, wrapping paper, and bags featuring Dan Golden's positive energy design. Visit Urban Graphics for additional information.
For all licensing inquiries, please contact:
The Current Company
917 250 3895
inspired by graffiti tags and industrial shipping containers. Krink and Montana markers on Glidden paint chips.
WOA = World's Oldest Artist
WOT = World's Oldest Tagger
WOGA = World's Oldest Graffiti Artist
OLA = Oldest Living Artist
A new seating concept designed to complement grand gallery spaces such as The Museum of Modern Art, The Whitney, or Gagosian.
painting: Mark Rothko, Blue and Gray, 1962. © Fondation Beyeler 2013 Switzerland.
A new seating concept inspired by the past but firmly planted in the present. Red Jay was designed and developed by Dan Golden Studio in collaboration with Design Compendium in Brooklyn.
Lighting collection designed for Leuchten Manufactur Wurzen. Series inspired by modernist architecture and the early work of Frank Stella. The prototypes feature aluminum frames, Swarovski crystal panels, and LED edge-illumination. Collection not in production.
Concept for new seating.
Seating concept images, with a nod to the work of Joe Colombo.
Concept for interchangeable seating forms that snap into standardized bases - providing versatile and playful options.
A new cartoon series by Dan Golden.
Dan Golden Studio
888 Newark Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07306
347 837 1990 direct
a visual diary.