DELEREX™ is a translucent white

material, shot with iridescent blues, greens and pinks. It is made entirely from discarded lenses, using no glues or bonding agents. The iridescence comes from the lens’s anti-glare coating, which is split in the production process. This precise process involves repetitive, and accurately measured, techniques.
Yair invented DELEREX™ in direct response to seeing the excess of plastic in the eyewear sector that is usually, sadly, destined for the incinerator. His invention turns this
‘waste’ into a new, aesthetically pleasing material.

Photo: Jonathan Minster


Detail from the Lonely Halo light.


Photos: Mark Cocksedge