REMEANT is an innovative fabric made from upcycling plastic packaging waste.
In this workshop you will learn the story of how REMEANT started and all about the process they use to create upcycled textiles.
Founded by husband and wife team Elinor and Alon Nathaniel, REMEANT is dedicated to using cutting-edge technology to turn non-biodegradable packaging waste into a beautiful textile that is waterproof, washable, highly durable and lightweight.
REMEANT upcycled fabric can be used for clothing, bags, and cushions. The textiles are similar to leather in look and feel, without damaging the environment or mistreating animals.
Elinor Nathaniel earned her degree in textiles from Shenkar College of Engineering, Design and Art, one of the top design academies worldwide. With over 4 years of experience as a product designer, printing designer, handbag designer and styling.
Alon Nathaniel earned an MBA degree from Ono Academic College and has extensive experience in finance and international marketing.
Mentioned in this workshop:
The process of creating upcycled textiles
Materials used to make upcycled textiles
The story of how REMEANT started
Advantages and disadvantages of working with upcycled textiles
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