Just over a week back in the States after a whirlwind trip through the Netherlands and I feel like I’m just now starting to process everything that I did and saw while there. Met a lot of great people and made some new friends. Also, got to explore working for the first time with conductive and resistive thread, which is pretty cool stuff. I’m not sure what the implications may be on my project directly, but I sure did get a lot of ideas for exhibiting my thesis project in a few months.
Anyway, here’s a small selection of photos from the trip.
Day 1: Workshop with WdKA
Electrical + Knitting: Brainstorming
Lights mean success!
Workshop project results.
Eindhoven High Tech Campus
Afternoon snacks as a group. Everyone got introduced to Bitterballen, which turn out to be delicious.
A little breakfast before day one of Dutch Design Week.
Dirk van der Kooij 3D Printed Chair (detail)
3D Printed Vases…
Detail of another 3D printed chair. $10,000 and 96 hours to print, or so I read.
Insanely gorgeous LED, dandelion, and copper sculpture.
Beautiful type. Van Abbemuseum using Paul Renner’s original sketches of Futura!
Amazing DAE student work, copper wire weaving in a traditional Netherlands style with LEDs inserted and transistors around the edge.
Great chats over beers at DDW.
Finally, treated to sunset over Greenland’s mountains on my way home. Beautiful end to a great trip.