New York City artist, Justin Gignac, has abandoned all hope in the pursuit of finishing his portfolio one day and resorted to selling clear cubes of our city's trash. He's also selling limited edition collections like this one, Yankee Stadium's opening day in 2006, which is admittedly pretty cool.
"New York-based artist Justin Gignac is the creator of NYC Garbage cubes, clear plexiglass boxes filled with garbage he collects from the streets. Gignac says NYC's garbage is superior to other cities' trash, and is amazed at how each neighborhood has its own distinct rubbish. "Greenwich Village has nightclub flyers, broken bottles, and cigarette butts, while Times Square has playbills and McDonald's wrappers," he said. "And my limited edition cubes from the Republican National Convention or opening day at Yankee Stadium show what the people that are there are like." "NYCGARBAGE via THENAUGHTYAMERICAN