Damien Hirst does dustbin

Spot painting adorns high end bin manufacturer Vipp's latest limited edition

The height of decadence, of course, would be to buy a Damien Hirst and keep it in your kitchen area. Thanks to high end bin manufacturer (why does that description sound so strange?) Vipp, now you can. The artist collaborated with the company on one of his infamous spot paintings (Chloramphenicol Acetyltransferase) and, well you can see the result above and below.  Designed exclusively for the opening of the Astrup Fearnley Museum in Oslo, Norway, there will be a limited number for sale at the museum at a price of 3400Norwegian Krone (about £370 or just under $600). More at the museum site. 


Damien Hirst and the Vipp bin
Damien Hirst and the Vipp bin

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