jung hwa jin: trash ball
 
jung hwa jin: trash ball jung hwa jin: trash ball
oct 19, 2009

jung hwa jin: trash ball

‘trash ball’ by jung hwa jin

‘trash ball’ has been created by korean designer jung hwa jin. the concept combines a trash bin and a football all in one. the outside is made from rubber and the inside from plastic, a section is specially cut out where users can store their trash.

  • terrible

    d.o. says:
  • but why????

    kike de lujo says:
  • The trash bin ball seems silly, and if it were ever created it probably wouldn’t sell.

    But design isn’t about making everything into a reality, it is more so about creating something new and refreshing. I believe the designer was trying to create something that can hold trash (no one wants to be a litter bug) but also not just be a little baggie that one carries around.

    Sammie says:
  • what happens when you kick it hard enough and your trash goes everywhere? How do you empty it when it’s full? I like the idea of a portable trash can, but there are things more portable and useful than footballs.

    This is a sub-standard designboom entry.

    hober says:
  • That’s very korean. A bit naive but optimistic.

    Berry says:
  • wow that is bad. I would prefer to put my rubbish in a bag and play football with a ball instead of combining the two. Who ever wants to play with a rubbish bin? Surely the two activities should be kept seperate, especially for children.

    henryep says:
  • We definitely need to be concerned about the environment issues as people recently dump garbage everywhere indiscreetly.

    I guess we all have experienced throwing trash somewhere else because we could not find any trash cans around. It is impossible for us to carry trash cans.

    If there is a clean and unique shape of trash can nearby, it will be easier for people to recognize it.

    Jodan says:
  • I like the fact it looks like the family are taking their trash on vactaion with them!

    Ralph says:
  • The children play with the bin? if this bin is designed just for putting paper. if would suitable to use at home . This idea goes too far .

    Lumiaow says:

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