With Cotton paper, MOO has found an old way to make a new paper, or a new way to make an old paper. In collaboration with Mohawk Fine Papers they have developed a way to turn luxury paper into something accessibly supple.
Cotton paper itself isn’t a new idea – in fact, paper’s been made from cotton for more than 200 years. Historically, it’s been reserved for the finest uses – money’s often printed on cotton paper, as well as artworks and manuscripts. But after wood pulp became popular, its production decreased dramatically.
MOO's new paper range's made entirely of white cotton T-shirt offcuts, the fabric leftovers from when a T-shirt pattern that could otherwise be wasted, from cotton grown in America.
We love design with a upcycling twist.
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