Once the idea for ‘Where you wheelie bin?’ crept into my head i knew there was no going back. It comes from a joke my dad used to tell us which revolved around a misunderstanding of the line ‘Where you wheelie bin?’
The line obviously suggested placement on a wheelie bin and i think the coup de grace was coming up with the QR code which links to a version of the joke on the internet. How very technically advanced this little jape is! I was just going to leave you to work our how to read the QR code on your own but as someone pointed out there are probably relatively few people with a QR code reader on their phone so I’ll give you the link that the QR code takes you to - www.designerstalk.com/forums/general-discussion/15664-old-wheelie-bin-joke-still-makes-me-smile.html
I think as a trial run/initial idea i think this works well and so now we just need to take it to the next level. Watch this space!
Title: Where you wheelie bin? Media: Stencils, paste up & spraypaint Size: A3 on wheelie bin
jeromeetjess: Hi Shrink I bought a set of eternal reflection prints directely to MW! I am waiting for a payment for the green and pink ones today or tomorrow but I have an orange one to sell at 666€! I am based in France and only accept paypal transfer with
May 22, 2013 21:27:52 GMT 1
Finsbury: champions league your having. A laugh
May 19, 2013 20:40:25 GMT 1
Finsbury: Front wheels no show Hahnaahaahahahah
May 19, 2013 20:38:52 GMT 1
May 16, 2013 12:28:22 GMT 1
258: im after vna's 8, 9 & 11, does anyone know anyone selling them? cheers
May 16, 2013 10:21:30 GMT 1
siankisses: [br]FOR SALE – thegiant.org/wiki/index.php/Guns_and_Roses_Offset - signed,numbered 135 of 750. black mount & black gallery frame, purchased from Artrepublic in 2007. I am looking for £350 or a sensible offer. Buyer to collect from London, SE1.
May 15, 2013 10:57:47 GMT 1