In 1993, Nic Jonk began to design artworks in perplex, glass and stainless steel. He called this applied art because specialists had to implement his designs. Norbert van den Broek implemented the glass objects and Victor Spits was in charge of the Perspex and stainless steel works.
Although the pieces were often abstract or semi-abstract, you could definitely distinguish the dolphins and whales. These sea creatures became the leitmotif in his extensive body of work.
The glass objects were colourful, like his paintings and graphics. Working with transparent Perspex gave his body of works a new dimension.
The artwork in glass, Perspex and stainless steel can be viewed in the booklet Nieuwe Wereld. Nowadays, these designs can still be implemented and they are for sale.