Printing On Furniture

A new company, Lumi Co, has created a unique printing process that makes it possible to print images on natural materials. According to Inventor Spot, this eco-friendly technique is called the Lumi Process.

The engineers of the Lumi Process are Art Center College of Design students Jesse Genet (the inventor) age 23, and Stephan Angoulvant (her partner) age 25. This new green printing process allows the designers to print vivid images on natural materials like wool, cotton, leather and silk without processing or chemical treatment.

Jesse and Stephan will be taking their products to Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York. They are also partnering with Cisco Home, a sustainable furniture-maker. “It’s fundamentally different from everything that exists out there and can create prints that were previously impossible on materials like leather, wood, suede, felt, wool, cotton, etc”

Photo from Lumi Co

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