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    Retro Cool: This Mumbai Artist Will Turn Your Old Radio Into A Bluetooth Device

    Bhavika posted on 20 April


    Have a vintage typewriter lying unkeyed in the storeroom? Or a old transistor radio that only coughs up dust? Trash Talk, a Mumbai brand, upcycles old devices and gives them an out-of-the-{storage}-box afterlife.

    Let's Talk Trash

    Aswad, an artist from Mumbai makes eclectic, one-of-a-kind home décor pieces by digging up old pieces, something that started as a habit when he was younger. He would tinker with the thrown away carton rather than with the brand new toys and try to repair them. Trash Talk began in 2014 with a wondrous trip rummaging through Chor Bazaar’s best steal deals.

    ‘One man’s trash is another man’s decor’ is his motto, and he takes everything old – be it a non-functional telephone, radios, rice strainers, typewriters, cassette players, televisions, and gives them an upcycled makeover.

    Some times, he converts them into installations or home décor pieces that you can simply place in your house and add intrigue to your living room. He also can take a radio, add a bluetooth feature, aux cable or make lamps. The starting price is INR 1500.

    His newest collection is called the agrarian one, and he uses restored sheep horns with wood, chains and mirrors to make installations and pieces. This collection starts at INR 4000.

    How Do I Buy This?

    His products will soon be available on but till then you can just email him on

    So, We're Saying...

    Check his stuff out on Facebook here and Instagram here, and dig through your boxes to convert something lost into something awesome.

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