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College Park Partnership Begins Dumpster Art

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Dumpster Art

The College Park Partnership (Website | Facebook) turned the dumpster on Smith St. between Gallery on the Edge and Truffles and Trifles (across from Downtown CREDO) into a piece of art [GMap].

The design committee of the College Park Partnership asked local artist Kim Turner of Soggy Dog Studio (Website | Facebook) to paint a mural on the city owned dumpster.

This will first of a few bins that will be turned into dumpster art in College Park. Other main streets have plans to begin similar projects to decorate some or all of their containers.

Most of Main Streets in Orlando have already decorated the utility boxes lining the streets in their area.

Looking West on Smith St.:

Dumpster Art 2

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Dumpster Art

The College Park Partnership (Website | Facebook) turned the dumpster on Smith St. between Gallery on the Edge and Truffles and Trifles (across from Downtown CREDO) into a piece of art [GMap].

The design committee of the College Park Partnership asked local artist Kim Turner of Soggy Dog Studio (Website | Facebook) to paint a mural on the city owned dumpster.

This will first of a few bins that will be turned into dumpster art in College Park. Other main streets have plans to begin similar projects to decorate some or all of their containers.

Most of Main Streets in Orlando have already decorated the utility boxes lining the streets in their area.

Looking West on Smith St.:

Dumpster Art 2