Isabel Ramos

Textile engineer & designer

Bubble Wrap Test
Completed while studying at Jefferson University

       This photo series shows the Airless Bubble Wrap in action. The material’s shock absorption is put to the test, cushioning a glass vase as it falls from a height of four and a half feet.  To serve as an alternative to the conventional bubble wrap, this material must cushion and protect fragile objects through turbulent journeys in cargo. See Mood Board here.


  • Photo Series, Philadelphia 2020
  • White Bubble Wrap: 12” x 9”
  • Navy Bubble Wrap: 14” x 10”

Model: Lenny Wainstein