In vietnam i saw astonishing trendy designed fabrics for covering furniture, making bags/raincoats, tents, parasols and all kind off lightweight structures….There they really print everything they want to communicate on a thin quality bisonyl, a material widely known in recycle-city because of freitags sturdy bags made out of truck tarpaulins. I’ve seen a Chinese festival with pagodas made out of wood structures covered with flower-printed bisonyl, giant movie billboards and announcements from the communist party.
But this high reuse potential material is everywhere.
To be obtained from trucks, big print advertisements to left overs from production.
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