The Pangaia, with its essential and functional look, describes itself as “a material-scientific company whose mission is to save the environment“. The team is made up of scientists, technologists and designers, with the common goal of innovating for the good of the planet.
There are many goals achieved to testify their constant commitment to the vision of a better future: FLWRDWN ™ fiber, obtained from the drying of wild flowers, PPRMINT ™ treatment, a surface oil to allow garments a longer life , the C-FIBER ™ fiber, obtained by combining eucalyptus pulp with natural algae for a water-resistant and biodegradable textile material, etc etc …
To the many achievements of the British Start-Up today another one is added. “Don’t Breat Pollution, Wear It“, a collaboration announced with Air Ink, dedicated to the creation of a capsule entirely printed with ink from air pollution.
What we know is that Air Ink is a technology that guarantees the production, starting from carbon emissions (and therefore from air pollution), of a water-based black ink with which it is possible to print on garments, replacing, hence, the harmful ink based on solvents and additives.
For now, the announcement has been communicated via Instagram and connected to an external link that allows you to subscribe to the Air Ink newsletter to be updated on the progress of the collaboration.
Even a preview of the capsule was shared on social networks, we are waiting for the next news!
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