Isabel Ramos

Textile engineer & designer

Airless Bubble Wrap
Completed while studying at Jefferson University

     Inspired by the U.S. Postal Service, I created this material as a substitute for traditional, limited use bubble wrap. I aimed to invent something that would be durable enough to reuse and special enough to keep. The result is a sheet of airless bubbles. This project is on-going at Thomas Jefferson University. Stay posted! @isabel.a.ramos
See Mood Board here.


  • Material exploration, 2020
  • Elastic
  • Monofilament

Ceramic Mug: Juan Tang Hon