Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Pretty Packaging: New York City Garbage

Efficiently designed packaging is the cornerstone to grabbing any consumer's eye!

Something Artist Justin Gignac is proving with his New York City Garbage sculptures. With a simple design and dynamic use of... well garbage, people from all over the world are buying up his little works of art.

Gignac writes:
"In 2001, I started selling garbage. 100% authentic New York City Garbage. The trash is hand-picked and arranged in Lucite cubes that are signed, numbered, and dated. Today, more than 1,000 cubes have been sold to over 25 countries."

You can nab one of the "regular" cubes for $50 while limited edition cubes, like from the World Series or New Year's Eve in Times Square, will run you around $100.

This just goes to show you with a creative concept, well executed packaging and a unique product; even garbage can sell!

We don't know about you but, we're starting to look through our trash bins in the Slick Lab for some valuable goodies to get rich from.

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-Stay Fresh!

via: behance

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