Morph is the product of a deep desire to help shift society towards the circular economy in broadly beneficial ways. Instead of pursuing the usual profit maximization approach, we're trying to prove a model that works with community members to make our bags and do so with fair wages for the people who do the work. Our founders have long worked to enable this transition in their work at Linear to Circular, and they are committed to continuing on this path.
Morph bags aim to avoid waste. Our current efforts involve reused materials that would otherwise go to landfills. These products were possible thanks to a business owner heeding our founder's call to "Bring us your waste." They offered the opportunity to experiment with some of their waste materials. We took those materials to our partners at the Home Economics lab at Kasetsart University, led by Dr. Roongtip Luilao. They've helped us develop attractive prototypes, and they've also supported our launch efforts. We owe a huge debt of gratitude to the team at the lab. We wouldn't be where we are without their help.
Once Morph's initial products take flight, we're planning to work with the KU lab to develop products with unwanted garment remains (the materials leftover from the manufacturing process) and recycled materials as well.
With each project and product, the aim is to help show ways to use wasted things for social benefit while reducing the demand for raw materials.
Whatever you do, please join us in this quest.
Check out our prototypes
As we move toward our market launch, we're developing and testing a variety of bags. You can check out some of our prototypes in our gallery, and you can also sign up for updates and product launch info.