Ready, Cassette, Go! Up-cycling Workshop with Rehyphen®
Weaving cassette tapes into a silhouette portrait. (single and couple portrait available)
Do you know more than 4.6 million tons of e-waste ended up in Asia's landfills? We started this up-cycling initiative whereby we collect and weave discarded tapes as an effort to reduce and eliminate e-waste while giving the product new life.
You will have the chance to access our exclusive cassette & video tapes collection which were donated from Singapore community. Pick a cassette tapes / video tapes and let's weave them into a piece of MusicCloth®.
We will be guiding you to turn this piece of MusicCloth® into your own self portrait. You can also weave a piece of your Mom's silhouette for the upcoming Mother's Day. A unique and original gift for anyone. Translate your story into this MusicCloth® that will recall pleasant memories of moments as well as a sustainable way of living when you get back home.
*For pre-registration, please send a clear side profile image (in front of white background) to firstname.lastname@example.org for our preparation.
What I’ll provide:
Who can come:
Guests ages 7 and up can attend.
About the Host J.J.
J.J. Chuan, the founder of Rehyphen® who graduated from Parsons The New School of Design in New York. She founded Rehyphen® studio with the mission to lead and inspire a sustainable way to be fashionable. MusicCloth® has been recognised by Material ConneXion® & University of Pennsylvania and stored in their world wide libraries. This material has also been included as one of the RedDot 21 for excellent 21st-century world of design and recently selected by the British designer Kevin McCloud as his Top 7 Green Heroes which showcased in Grand Design Live and Excel in United Kingdom. MusicCloth® product was also showcasing in NYC x Design 2018. Check out www.rehyphen.org and join us to be a craftivists (craft + activists)!
Workshop fees are non-refundable for no-shows, please find a replacement if you have paid and unable to attend.