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MINT – TWISTING TRADITION

Twisting Tradition_Final General Invite

DUTCH INVERTUALS – COHESION

NEW WORK

more pictures and information coming soon

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photos by rawcolor for Dutch Invertuals

 

PUBLICATION – Financial Times July 2014

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PUBLICATION – YEARBOOK TEXTIELMUSEUM 2013

Yearbook Publication Yearbook 2013 TextielMuseum

Photograph by Henri Verhoef

‘Union of Striped Yarns’ is featured in a picture by Dutch Photographer Henri Verhoef.
www.henriverhoef.com

Henri Verhoef

 

 

 

 

 

EXHIBITION – TALKING TEXTILES

28 September 2013 till 26 January 2014
Talking Textiles Exhibition curated by Lidewij Edelkoort and Philip Fimmano.

Project: Union of Striped Yarns (samples)

TextielMuseum
Goirkestraat 96
5046 GN Tilburg

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EXHIBITION Self Unself Design Academy Eindhoven

Graduation show 2013 – Self Unself (19 october till 27 october 2013)

Impression:the symbiosis of stoneware & porcelain dienke dekker & daniel costa
‘the Symbiosis of Stoneware and Porcelain’ – Daniel Costa & Dienke Dekker
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‘Union of Striped Yarns’ – Dienke Dekker

NOMINATION

Nominated for the Rene Smeets Award (best graduation project) and the Keep an eye Grant.

KEEP AN EYE GRANTS

The Keep an Eye Grant is an incentive of € 11,000 which was created specifically for DAE students to ensure that projects made by these talented young graduates do not run aground for financial reasons. Every year, a panel of judges decides which four graduates will receive a Keep an Eye Grant. The Keep an Eye Grant is funded by the Keep an Eye Foundation, www.keepaneye.nl.

RENÉ SMEETS AWARD

The René Smeets Award is awarded to the student who attains a high degree of professionalism both in the development of the design process and the end result of the graduation project. The student has worked together with manufacturers and the product is potentially feasible. The winner of the René Smeets Award receives a sum of € 2,000 (and eternal glory). In addition to the prize money, the winner receives support from Syntens to develop a business plan.

Source Design Academy Eindhoven

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