Our Journey with Living Ink
In our relentless pursuit of sustainability, we recently embarked on an extraordinary journey with Living Ink, exploring their groundbreaking Algae Ink™.
The experience has been nothing short of incredible, filled with valuable insights and discoveries. As we gear up to test this revolutionary ink in our assortment for the upcoming MACHN Festival, we can’t help but reflect on the challenges, the triumphs, and the unwavering support from our partners, RDD Textiles.
Join us as we share our excitement for innovation and our commitment to making positive change.
A Step into the Unknown:
Our decision to collaborate with Living Ink was driven by our shared vision of creating a more sustainable future. The concept of Algae Ink™ immediately caught our attention, promising to be a game-changer in the realm of eco-friendly ink production. With eagerness and anticipation, we dived headfirst into this uncharted territory, eager to pioneer a shift towards greener alternatives.
Navigating the Challenges:
Innovation often comes with its share of hurdles, and our journey was no exception. We faced tight deadlines and encountered a few bumps along the way. Yet, these challenges only fueled our determination to succeed. Our passionate #teamspreadgroup rallied together, overcoming obstacles as we progressed toward our goal.
Celebrating the Power of Collaboration:
No innovation journey is complete without the support of like-minded partners. A heartfelt shout-out goes to RDD Textiles, whose unwavering support and collaboration were instrumental in making this venture possible. Together, we forged ahead, united in our mission to make a positive impact on the planet.
Algae Ink™: Unveiling the Eco-Facts:
For those eager to learn more about the marvel that is Algae Ink™, we present some eco-facts that make it truly extraordinary. At large-scale production, algae black pigments boast a remarkable feature – they are carbon negative. This means that algae actively absorb atmospheric carbon dioxide, and Living Ink ingeniously “locks” that carbon in their bio-based black pigment for over 100 years. The result? An ink that not only minimises its carbon footprint but actively contributes to offsetting CO2 emissions.