Bindigenous Red Bin Sticker (Fits 240L Bin)
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- Indigenous owned
- 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
- Supports Indigenous employment & training
These bright, colourful stickers are made specifically to jazz up your rubbish bin. They are designed by Indigenous artist Ang Bennett who makes them as a way of changing the way people looking at bins, to encourage people to make a real effort to their reduce waste.
These stickers are designed for the outdoors, they are coated in a clear laminate that offers extra UV protection. This sticker has been designed to size for the 240 litre red lid bin.
PLEASE NOTE: Councils have their own rules regarding additions to their bins. Please check with your local council if in doubt regarding use of stickers on your bins.
Product: Bin Sticker
Materials: high tac sticker with clear laminate
Dimensions: 59.2cm (W) x 81.3cm (H)
Artist: Ang Bennett
Will leave the warehouse within 2-3 business days.
Standard Shipping: $6.95
Express Shipping: $14.95
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*Free Express Shipping: Spend over $250
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I got this sticker as a birthday present and my friend was thrilled!
I love all 3
I love the stickers they are too good to put on bin I going to get all 3 in frame. Deirdre
Dressing up the bins
Gave them to my friend for her bins…love them
A beautiful work of indigenous culture that makes an ordinary bin stand out to the whole neighbourhood! In love with this heritage moving art! Highly recommend! :)
MEET THE ARTIST
Ang Bennett (Bindigenous)
Kamilaroi and Dunghutti woman
“[Painting] makes me feel connected to my culture and to my mum and aunty who both painted. There has been a lot of trauma around me and painting heals my soul...Painting has always been associated with happiness and makes me feel warm and happy.”