So I am a little bit of a fan of the Nespresso Coffee Machine pods. Whilst                               enjoying a coffee about a month ago I started thinking about how beautiful and                   interesting these pods are and what a waste it would be to simply throw                               them out.  After researching the up-cycling process whereby used pods are                     sent back to Switzerland to reuse the alluminium it became abundently clear                     that I should be incorporating these pods of power in my collection.

Pods that I have collected from friends, family and colleagues.

Look what happens when you mix a pod with a sledgehammer!                                                  The organic and unique ripples created are so appealing to me,                                                Uniformed and individual. The neutral tones resonate with the colours                                  of India beautifully as well.

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I am currently studying a bachelor of fashion and textile design at the University of Technology, Sydney. I will be creating a collection of Textiles for my major project in my final year. I recently spent a month travelling throughout India, which was an eye opening and amazing experience. I was totally inspired by everything about India - the culture, people, food, textiles, architecture etc. As a result I have decided to derive the majority of my inspiration for my textile collection from India. I have had a passion for sustainable practice throughout my tertiary education. I will endeavor to incorporate elements and principles of sustainability throughout my textile collection as well.
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One Response to Podtastic

  1. mikey says:

    I bet heaps of people just chuck these pods out, such a waste. Nice work!

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