A contemporary material which is biodegradable and made out of only natural ingredients
Ocragela was created by mixing gelatin and ochre with glycerin and water. The material can be hand-stitched or machine-sewn as a normal textile material. And also it can be customised to leather-like, rubber/silicone-like and plastic-like by changing the proportions, temperatures and the way of pouring.
Currently, attempts to develop the means of efficient utilisation of Ocragela are continued. Applications for products, textiles, or flooring materials are experimented. Also, I am in touch with several companies who asked for material samples for future collaboration opportunities.
PUBLIC ACCESS 'AVAILABLE MATERIAL LIBRARIES'
Naarden, The Netherlands / From December 2019
New York, United States / From February 2020
Matefad, Center de materials de Barcelona
Barcelona, Spain / From January 2020
University Mainz | University of Applied Sciences
Mainz, Germany / From January 2020
London Metropolitan University | Materials and Products Collection
London, United Kingdom / From January 2020
Colab | Dubai Design District
Dubai, United Arab Emirates / From May 2020
Bratislava, Slovakia / From June 2020
Champs sur Marne, France / From June 2020