Tulip Piramids

For the art Collection of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, curator Philippien Noordam commissioned teh two Tulip Piramids.
The color (blue 75) refers to the fresh Dutch sky in spring. These very delicate objects represent the wealth of the Dutch culture, obtained by ( in a lot of cases suspicious ) trade in the Golden Ages. The models are inpired by the 17th century Delft Blue porcelain tulip piramids, used to be commissioned by very rich people.