TRASHed at Coachella 2012. Over 30 of the Artist Decorated Recycling Trash Bins.
above: artist Kozyndan's decorated recycling bin for 2012 TRASHed Coachella
Global Inheritance invited 100+ artists to decorate recycling bins for their for The Coachella Music & Arts Festival 2012. The entire collection was exhibited at the Lab Art Gallery in Los Angeles prior to being rolled out at the festival. After the festivals, these redesigned recycling bins will be donated to schools in Southern California.
Here's a look at 32 of the finished 2012 TRASHed: Coachella recycling bins:
the above images, courtesy of Global Inheritance, have been cropped and altered for better visibility
Ashley Macias + Ben Swenson + Brandon Sopinsky + Caitlin Kouba + Caitlyn Knepka + Cesar Torres + Chad Carother + Daisuke Okamoto + Danny Heller + Dawson Dill + Deborah Oh + Deedee Cheriel + Elvis Segarich + Eyerus + Gabriela DiSarli + Graham Curran + Jacob Livengood + James Garcia + James Jurado + Jim Truong + Joaquin Gutierrez Vazquez + Jordan Rosenheck + Kira Safan + Kozyndan + Kristina Wayte + Lester Coral + Matt Ketchum + Matt Scheiblin + Matthew Tuszynski + Megan Flaherty + Melany Meza-Dierks + Michael Pizarro + Miguel Cariño + Nalena Kumar + Nancy Ramirez Legy + Nathan Pestana + Nori Pesina + Omar Lopez + Paul Nguyen + RISK + Ritzie Yap + Shannon Simbulan + Sophie C’est la Vie + Terri Berman + Thank You X + Tim (Leslie) Shockley + Twentyseven Studio + Yanin Ruibal + Youko Horiuchi
The TRASHed: Art Of Recycling campaign is an ongoing recycling education program that redefines the way people view recycling and trash collection. Global Inheritance arranges the artistic redesign of recycling bins, then integrates the bins at high visibility events to encourage recycling and provide additional outlets for people to appreciate the artwork. Live paintings often occur at events in addition to the ongoing display of artist bins created beforehand.
About Global Inheritance:
Born in 2002, Global Inheritance is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that develops creative, cause-based campaigns to educate individuals about issues that affect us globally.
Our unique programs focus on the power of interactivity to communicate ideas that push for progressive social change by empowering millions of individuals at festivals, events, workplaces and schools throughout the world.
By employing technology, the arts, and experiential learning, Global Inheritance reinvents activism by inspiring people from every walk of life to act responsibly and become forward-thinking leaders within their community.
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