Bin-spiration Paint Your Bin competition enters fifth week

Bin-spiration Paint Your Bin competition enters fifth week

Bin-Spiration Paint Your Bin competition enters fifth week

Due to the popularity of the Isolation Bin-spiration Paint your bin competition, the initiative has extended into the Victorian school holidays.

In this, the fifth week of the competition, an excellent array of bins has been put forward and the judging panel expressed that picking a winner was a very hard decision.

However, they did eventually land on a set of bins to be this week’s winner.

The Fisher family of Federation Avenue has been recognised for its bin painting efforts, with special mention of star artist Nicholas, aged nine.

The Fisher family bins feature an array of delightful characters, including a cool slice of pizza, a happy watermelon and a fried egg accompanied by some bacon.

This creativity is being rewarded with a voucher for Red Rock Books and Gallery.

Special mention this week also goes to a special bin commission. After admiring a mural at Brad’s Cafe van, Cate Rigby sought out the artist and commissioned him to paint her bins with a lush leaf motif. The artist, Seth Tanner, has had his Bin-spiration work admired on Facebook by an international audience, racking up 10,000 likes and 900 comments.

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The Isolation Bin-spiration competition will continue for one more week. For details, please visit the public art web page.

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