Creatively using Dumpsters

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I would love to know more about how this idea of Using Dumpsters Creatively came about. Anyone have more details? This seems to be the original source, don’t understand a word though, seems to be russian?

(via ignant)

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  1. Haha! I hope that they cleaned it our really well!

  2. In England they are called a Skip. These are designed by Oliver Bishop Young
    http://www.oliverbishopyoung.co.uk/

  3. this picture and other dumpster usage is inside “Tangible High Touch Visuals Book”.

    http://www.gestalten.com/books/detail?id=ceaea7651d42fcca011db071bff00091&count=10

  4. yeah the skip was the final piece of Oliver Bishop Young (as mentioned before) from my university.
    More nice things here:

    http://www.gold.ac.uk/static/design/shows/show2008/

  5. English chimneys and English windows lead me to Oliver Bishop Young – but the others above were quicker ;-)

    Anyway, great idea and I’m happy to have found it via your blog. Thanks for posting.

  6. I used to see it in Berlin.

  7. That’s the beauty of being that age (college-ish). You look at a dumpster and see a swimming pool. I’d see the swimming pool and think menengitis – nuh uh. But in college, I’d have been ALL OVER it. :)

  8. Oh MAN, look how shallow that water is – PLEASE tell me that guy unfolds his legs before he hits the water.

  9. yeah, the “original source” is a Russian web page (i’m a native speaker), but the designer (as mentioned above) is from UK: Oliver Bishop Young

  10. I’m a native speaker too. I wonder what that Russian site is. It seems to be trashy, but that post is pretty awesome.
    I love your blog, Tina! I check it almost every day!

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