Bin Bin Wastebasket

Bin Bin Wastebasket

We’ve all done it at one point or another — been writing up a letter or note, not liked it, and given it the heave-ho into the wastebasket. But what if you could make the wastebasket look more like its contents? That’s the idea behind John Brauer's Bin Bin Wastebasket ($60). Constructed of hard polyethylene, the white model is meant to look like its contents — unless you’ve been using it to dispose of coal, in which case we recommend using the black model, and a surgical mask — black lung can be a real bitch. [Thanks, Joubin!]

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