The boldly titled tea towels from Nashprint are not only great for the modern interior design enthusiast, they also provide substantial benefits to the growth and development of the work force in southern India.
In association with Bishopston Trading Company, Nashprint provides employment to the residents of the small village K.V.Kuppam, India. These fair trade towels are designed by Laura Nash and are inspired by today's modernism movement. Each towel has a white base with a number of multi-colored shapes which are intricately spaced throughout the thin cotton towels. From primary colors to rich seasonal shades, these fair trade tea towels help bridge the gap between European consumerism and the social aspect of job creation. The hand-printed feature of the cloths are the most potent attribute.
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Nashprint Creates Tea Towels to Provide Employment in Southern India
- By: Erin FoxFeb 3, 2013