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Ben Oostrum
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Low Res Jenever bottle When Ben Oostrum was asked by the European Ceramic Work Centre to come up with some new ideas on Dutch souvenirs, he realised that most of the things he brought home from abroad were things that were not actually souvenirs, such as food and drinks. If he were to visit the Netherlands a tourist, he would probably take home a bottle of Jenever: Dutch Gin sold in a traditional stone bottle. He made a model for a ceramic Jenever bottle, and worked on it with a rapid prototype milling machine to discover that the machine, with a certain setting, began to create patterns on its own. He let the machine do its work and so the relief on the traditional stone bottle was created. Oostrum: ‘The combination of the old-fashioned, authentic stone Jenever bottle and modern high-tech machinery is what makes this design stand out.’
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