Trash Can Couture. German Fashion Label Lever Dresses Up Vipp Bins.

The Danish design company Vipp, best known for the iconic Vipp pedal bin created in 1939, is presenting eight unique art bins dressed in couture made by German fashion label Lever Couture. Trash Can Couture, if you will. Read more

Craig Redmen’s Limited Edition "Darcel" Vipp Trash Bin and Toilet Brush Doesn’t Disappoint.

darcel vipp

Parisian retail darling Colette and Danish design manufacturer Vipp once again join forces by inviting regular conspirator Craig Redman and his monocled, egg-shaped alter-ego Darcel to reinterpret a series of classic Vipp products. Read more

If You Think Damien Hirst’s Work Is Trash, You’re Right. The New Damien Hirst Limited Edition Dotted Vipp Bin.

Damien Hirst Vipp Bin

The internationally renowned artist Damien Hirst has created a limited edition of the Vipp bin exclusively for Astrup Fearnley Museet. Read more

One Man’s Trash Is Another Man’s Treasure: Can It! The Vipp Charity Auction Of Artist Designed Cans.

Vipp Charity auction hero IIHIH copyDesign Within Reach is co-hosting CAN IT!, a charity auction to benefit DIFFA: Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS.

CAN IT! is being produced by Danish design company Vipp in celebration of their 70th anniversary. This noteworthy event will feature an exhibition and auction of Vipp trash bins that have been transformed by 35 leading figures in the worlds of architecture, art, design, fashion and entertainment. Read more

Vipp & Helena Christensen Get Designers To Do Trash For Charity.

Designer Vipp Trash Cans for Charity

Danish design company Vipp and Danish supermodel Helena Christensen join forces in raising money for children affected by the Chernobyl disaster, and for the poor of New York City. To mark the opening of a Vipp showroom in New York, Vipp is arranging a large-scale charity auction in collaboration with Danish supermodel Helena Christensen who also resides in New York. Read more