A couple of years ago I started collecting Dutch Design online. After a few months, I decided to share my collection on Instagram. Creating a stage for Dutch Design including my own work on my account @wisse_design.

Over time I learned how to increase my reach and how to speed up the growth of my account with targetted followers.

In a masterclass, I share the experience I gained; insights on how to grow faster and reach a better audience.

An orphaned painting by Gillis van Oosten (1962) I adopted from gallery OODE matching perfectly with the colors on the My Superhero vase by Jasmin Djerzic.
"Get a real eyecatcher into your home with the My Superhero vase. The vase leans over but is supported by your superhero. This ceramic, handmade vase is available in multiple special colors. Jasmin Djerzic designed his own ‘Delfts Blauw’ for a nostalgic Dutch accessory in your interior."

Let’s play a game of designers find it! One of the suggestions I got; interior inspiration by Berry Dijkstra. Already shown on my stories now collected on my feed.

Including lots of Dutch design: A’dammer cabinets by Pastoe, Side table by Handmade Industrials, Pink Things power socket by Gert Wessels, Triumph by Willem van Hooff, vases by Floris Wubben, Mieke Meijer and Earnest Studio, Boschroom by David Derksen finished with some orphaned art from gallery Oode.

Picture by Berry Dijkstra. Suggested by Hugo Pumpkin, make sure to have a look at his feed!

Dutch design inspiration: The stunning interior of Ace & Tate Antwerp designed by Plasticiet using lots of man-made marble. “The new age material is born, combining Italian chique with modern-day fresh funk. The colored rhinestones find their origin in the urban mines of Belgium, collected by Suez and sorted with their state of the art infrared scanner. Sorting of colors for a personalized material can be done by Plasticiet for an additional fee. Ingredients: Dutch post-production cutoffs and Belgian household waste.”

Picture by Lennart Wiedemuth