Created by local artist Scott LoBaido in partnership with the Department of Sanitation, the TrashNet is essentially a net on the top of select public trashcans that is meant to catch garbage thrown at it from cars.
Scott Lobaido is a Staten Island artist, most famous for his numerous American Flag murals. His latest project takes his work in an entirely different direction. Lobaido is currently working on “Empty Chairs”, a series of driftwood sculptures in the shape of chairs in tribute to all of those who lost their lives during Superstorm Sandy.
Staten Island artist, Scott Lobaido is famous for his American flag murals that you’ve surely seen driving around the island. In the clip above Scott explains in his own words, just what those flags mean to him and how he feels that they bring a community together.
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