Thank you to all those that have contributed thus far to our exhibition! It has been much appreciated and is helping us to bring our graduation show to reality!

In these COVID-19 times, raising funds is hard. Therefore we have put together a collection of our personal works that were made during our time of study. Each student has happily donated their items in the hope that they will enjoy a new life and help us fund our graduation exhibition build-up. These works will be up for auction and all contributions will go towards our collective: TureTure. Please find us at The Royal Academy of Art, The Hague, Graduation Show 2021, which will take place from the 8th to the 11th of July 2021.

There are still some items left! Bidding and purchase any of the following works listed is still possible, please visit this link.

We will also have the unsold works available for sale at the exhibition.

Intuitive Basket Lamp
 (skewer sticks and rope), +-⌀23x50cm, Courteney Reitz
The Intuative Basket is initially inspired by an eel trap originally found in the North of Holland.

Starting bid at 35 euros ---> click here

‘Candy Mirrors’
 
 (bio-based plastic covering the edges of a mirror), 23x33cm & 26x34cm, Marie Komatsu
Strawberry, lemon, lavender, soda, cherry, lime, apricot, papaya - what colours you get is a surprise! Each mirror is a single edition. (items sold separately)

Starting bid at 40 euros ---> click here

Two Chair Models
 
 (foam clay and acrylic), 5x6X7cm, Kaja Hribšek
Miniature chair models that can be used as decorational pieces in your interior. (items sold separately)

Starting bid at 15 euros ---> click here

Two Drawings
 
 (paper copies of original), 34x36cm, Guglielmo Bozzoli Parasacchi
Poster extracts from the designers bachelor thesis, The Gulliable Universe.

Starting bid at 25 euros ---> click here

Interdependence
 (acrylic, rope, metal, 3d print), 20x48x50cm, Jesse Greulich
A reactionary piece about the fragile balance of nature and humanity and our responsibility towards this interconnection.

Starting bid at 20 euros ---> click here

Milk Jug
 (clay), 8x20cm, Kenneth Moreno-Kiernan
An ancient-looking milk bottle engraved with a supermarket barcode. The concept was to explore the ancient archetype of a milk jug whilst elluding to modern catelogue system.

Starting bid at 25 euros ---> click here
An Individual Element of ‘A Constellation of stories’   (copper, coated in the back with soldering silver, stainless steel pin), 6,5x4,5cm, Jesse Greulich
Unique brooch created as a sample during a project for the OWC, Ministry of Education, Culture and Science.

Starting bid at 30 euros ---> click here

Graphic Fabric Sample
 (textile), 16x21cm, Liselot Cobelens
Sample piece from a project for the OWC, Ministry of Education, Culture and Science. (items sold separately)

Starting bid at 20 euros ---> click here

‘First I learned to talk, then I learned to walk’  (paper tape inscribed with ink), +-⌀33cm, Michal Noy
The ball was made from an installation exhibited in VOX-POP Amsterdam during the exhibition ‘humanities ever after’.

Starting bid at 25 euros ---> click here

A Set of Four Sleeping Seeds
 (clay seeds places on a wooden bed with a blanket), 4x12x30cm, Liselot Cobelens
This series was a part of one of the designers prior works which focused on the preservation of seeds and plants.

Starting bid at 25 euros ---> click here

Jerusalem Artichoke
 (bio-material sample), 12x12cm, Chiel Lubbers
A biomaterial sample of a process of experimentation using the Jerusalem Artichoke.

Starting bid at 20 euros ---> click here

A stool

(chipboard & bio-resin sawdust), 40x40x40cm, IAFD
Made from recycled materials.
Starting bid at 40 euros ---> click here

A stool

(chipboard & polycarbonate), 40x40x40cm, IAFD
Made from recycled materials.
Starting bid at 40 euros ---> click here