JOB Rolling Papers
JOB rolling papers have a long and illustrious history dating back to 1838, the owner being a French gentlemen called Jean Bardou (JD) and by the 1850's the word JOB had been patented and the JOB booklets of rice rolling papers were being sold in vast volumes across France. By the late 1800's the company was pro-actively hiring out artists to create images for the brand, mostly in the form of posters which became collectors pieces, one of the most famous being the "long haired women holding a cigarette" by Alphonse Mucha in 1898. JOB still to this day employ artists such as Paul Harvey to create posters and impressions around the original artworks which have been shown in London at the Wanted Gallery. To this day JOB still manufactures their papers in France.