Paper bags by Ilvy Jacobs
The freshly graduated Dutch product designer Ilvy Jacobs specialized on designing bags, more specifically paper bags. Inspired by packaging, Jacobs started to investigate ways to create a longer duration through a form and/or material addition. The tactile aspects of the material and sustainability are very important in her work.
These bags give a new view on everyday luxury and creates a new silhouette for the wel known paper bag.
This serie of bags is made of cardboard laminated with a fabric. With this material the bags are more sustainable and the become more functional.
These bags give a new view on everyday luxury and creates a new silhouette for the wel known paper bag. By transforming its usual shape I try to make it stand-out and hopefully it will be cherished instead of being just thrown away.
This series is inspired by the artistic concept of packaging of products, buildings and trees, like it exists in art. (artist Christo) This series has three bags of Tyvek, a material that looks a bit like paper but isn't. The visual aspect of packaging is central in this series.
This serie of bags is made of cardboard laminated with a fabric. With this material the bags are more sustainable and they become more functional.
Ilvy Jacobs. 2015. Ilvy Jacobs. [ONLINE] Available at:http://www.ilvyjacobs.nl/tyvekairplanebag.html. [Accessed 18 February 2015].
Paper bags by Ilvy Jacobs | Trendland. 2015. Paper bags by Ilvy Jacobs | Trendland. [ONLINE] Available at: http://trendland.com/paper-bags-by-ilvy-jacobs/. [Accessed 18 February 2015].
February launches the new Paper group, an ecological range of leather free bags made from recyclable plant fibres. These unique cellulose pieces feature cotton webbed straps with steel zips and closures.
The Paper fabric is both durable and pratical as the Lune Tote and Haru rucksack are machine washable. Hana, Lin and Nami are a modern take on the Classic frames with a simple steel frame and a bar closure.
We recognise the power of collaboration; the excitement and motivation that comes from creative discussion. Working directly with other professional crafts people helps cultivate innovation and quality within our work.
MADE IN BRITAIN
Hand made and locally sourced products have become too rare. We champion traditional and contemporary craft skills and locally sourcing materials to do them.
We design functional and durable clothing with a timeless, minimal aesthetic, beyond short-lived fashions and throwaway trends.
CREATIVITY IN CRAFT
We celebrate craft across all disciples; from art, fashion and architecture to writing, bush craft and cooking.
CONNECTION WITH NATURE
We strongly believe that an active and productive outdoor lifestyle is creatively stimulating and is a value intrinsic to every element of what we do.
We strive to be as sustainable and self-sufficient as possible. We are constantly searching for new and innovative ways to save energy and prevent waste.
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- Main body: Pre-consumer waste Hypalon
- Finish: Nylon webbing
- Pockets: Re-appropriated army surplus cotton
- Buckles: Salvaged from army surplus barracks trousers
- Handle: Salvaged from army surplus kit bag
- Label: Pre-consumer waste Hypalon
The Activity Rucksack:
- Main body: Cotton British Army kit bag
- Protective base: Pre-consumer waste Hypalon
- Hardware: Stainless steel
- Webbing: Nylon
- Back panel: Double layer mesh
- Pull Cord: Re-appropriated climbing rope
- Case: Pre-consumer waste Hypalon
- Neck cord: Nylon
- Key-ring: Nickel
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Hypalon is a trademark for chlorosulfonated polyethylene (CSPE) synthetic rubber (CSM) noted for its resistance to chemicals, temperature extremes, and ultraviolet light. It was a product of DuPont Performance Elastomers, a subsidiary of DuPont.
Along with PVC, CSM is one of the most common materials used to make inflatable boats and folding kayaks. It is also used in roofing materials and as a surface coat material on radomes owing to its radar-transparent quality.
Hypalon is also used in the construction of the decking of modern snowshoes, replacing neoprene as a lighter, stronger alternative.
Hypalon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. 2015. Hypalon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. [ONLINE] Available at:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypalon. [Accessed 24 February 2015].
Neoprene or polychloroprene is a family of synthetic rubbers that are produced by polymerization of chloroprene. Neoprene exhibits good chemical stability, and maintains flexibility over a wide temperature range. It is used in a wide variety of applications, such as laptop sleeves, orthopedic braces (wrist, knee, etc.), electrical insulation, liquid and sheet applied elastomeric membranes or flashings, and automotive fan belts.
Neoprene resists degradation more than natural or synthetic rubber.It is commonly used as a material for fly fishing waders, as it provides excellent insulation against cold. Neoprene waders are usually about 5 mm thick, and in the medium price range as compared to cheaper materials such as nylon and rubber. However, neoprene is less expensive than breathable fabrics.
Recently, neoprene has become a favorite material for lifestyle and other home accessories including laptop sleeves, tablet holders, remote controls and cycling chamois. In this market, it sometimes competes with LRPu (low-resilience polyurethane), which is a sturdier (more impact-resistant) but less-used material.
Neoprene - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. 2015. Neoprene - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. [ONLINE] Available at:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neoprene. [Accessed 24 February 2015].
- Waxed cotton is cotton impregnated with a paraffin based wax, woven into a cloth
- Widely used from the mid-19th century to the mid-1950s
- the product was originated in the sailing industry in England and Scotland
- One of the early adopters was J. Barbour & Sons in the outdoor industry, producing waxed jackets for farmers and gamekeepers
- as motorcycling was then the predominant form of personal transport, the new company of Belstaff also developed clothing
- for the British army, waxed cotton was their first choice for clothing
- as wax and cotton are both natural products, they decay and reduce in effectiveness over time
- waxed-cotton products should never be stored in a damp condition
- Waxed cotton also needs regular annual re-waxing
Waxed cotton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. 2015. Waxed cotton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. [ONLINE] Available at:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waxed_cotton. [Accessed 03 March 2015].