Paperbag Classic Paper trash can Design Jos van der Meulen by Goods
The Paperbag Classic is a trash can designed by Jos van der Meulen for the Dutch Design Label Goods. The Paperbag is made from unused advertising posters. It is an environmentally friendly trash can. In the past it was a surprise of which advertising poster the trash can is made of. That is different now, Jos created eight designs of Paperbags for you to choose from. They are produced by Jos van der Meulen himself in his studio. The Paperbag is deliverd folded and can easily be unfolded according to the enclosed instructions into a sturdy trash can or small laundry basket that will last for years under normal use. If you have a question about this product, please let us know via email@example.com.
Size ans Delivery
The Paperbag Classic is 60 cm high and has a diameter of 35 cm. It is sent in a nice shipping envelope, made from a simular advertising poster as the Paperbag you have chosen. It is a stock product so you can have it at home within 1-2 days. Only 5 copies are made of each version. The paperbag trash classic is a great environmentally friendly gift. Also available in larger numbers as a promotional gift.
Jos van der Meulen
Jos van der Meulen likes to make new things from everyday objects. He has become wellknown as the inventor of wonderful consumer articles by giving new functions to discarded items. The Paperbag Classic is a great example of his skils. Jos van der Meulen likes to make ordinary things special. The idea behind many of his products is therefore to work with what the environment offers. In addition, he searches for the quality of a material and use it in a new application.
The brand Goods was founded in 1995, inspired by the human being’s ancient custom of gift-giving. Nowadays, the collection consists of prominent home accessories and small furniture by Dutch designers. These designers are both internationally acclaimed and young talents. Products from Goods are widely available in international museums, such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Iceland Design Centre.