Judith van den Boom’s Dutch Disturbance

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Dutch Disturbance. Judith van den Boom’s collection of Royal Delft ceramic based objects, entitled Dutch Disturbance made us look twice.

In a fast changing, multicultural society, Van den Boom asks herself: “How do we keep our Dutch identity, our heritage and our traditional values of life? Not by wearing wooden shoes, eating hearing, and living in a windmill. These clichés are no longer representing our Dutch way of living, and maybe never did.”

As design-enthusiasts, we’re forced to connect the traditional iconogrpahy with the current emphasis on Dutch design—and understand how it is a stretch. Judith’s website features the entire collection…

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