Cardboard bags from Ilvy Jacobs

Cardboard bags from Ilvy Jacobs

Design and sewing bags is the mainspecialization of a young designer from Holland, Ilvy Jacobs (Ilvy Jacobs). The girl looks at bags from the position of packing function. As a result of creative reflection on packaging and packaging, the designer began to explore ways to create a cardboard bag, a kind of hybrid with an ordinary paper bag, but with a longer life due to improved material. bags of cardboard with a cloth from ivly jacobs A series of bags made of laminated clothcardboard. Thanks to the use of such a hybrid material, the bag has become stronger, more reliable, resistant to moisture and mechanical damage. The main purpose of cardboard bags is a diverse sport. The collection has tennis bags, golf bags, bowling or just a sports bag for hiking in the fitness room or pool. But it is quite possible to use such bags in everyday life. The material from the side resembles the skin, the more surprising is that it is just a mixture of fabric and cardboard. bags made of cardboard, laminated with cloth These paper bags offer a new look ateveryday luxury and create a new silhouette for all known disposable packages from the supermarket. The usual form of the package is transformed so that the form becomes more stable and convenient. The folding method resembles the art of origami. The designer hopes that instead of being thrown out, the package will last long enough and will take a place of honor in the collection of eco-friendly accessories for purchases. paper bag package paper bag package Another unusual direction in making bagsis the use of a non-woven Taiwec material - high-density polyethylene, combining the characteristics of paper, film and fabric. Tyvek is usually used to create protective clothing, in construction to protect structures from environmental influences, in printing. Bags are more like crumpled and crumpled bags, but this chaotic structure is the highlight of the collection. bag of tivebek from ivly jacobs bags - bags of tiwieck

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