Description of the container:
The design includes Prague’s legendary characters: Mydlář the executioner, the fire man, the water goblin from Čertovka, the devil, a headless knight and a modern take on the golem. All of them are carrying e-waste to the container so that it doesn’t terrify them at home or on Prague’s streets. This design was redone a number of times, the same as the final installation on the container. In the original and unpublished design, figures were depicted for which ASEKOL was unable to obtain consent for their use from their creators. A similar fate befell the design for the container in Liberec, which contained a depiction of a structure that was not approved by the copyright holder and therefore the Liberec design that was published and then installed was different than the original design.
Address where the container is located:
Na Ovčinách 7, Prague 7
Dalibor (MAX) Krch (*1983, Brno)
A Brno artist and illustrator, his comic style can be found on the labels of the famous Czech microbrewery CLOCK, and the albums of bands such as Urban Robot, High Purity, Pop Killers and Brünnfield. He has worked in the past and continues to work with a number of non-profits that seek to make the world a better place to live, including, at random, NaZemi (Fair Trade program), Nesehnuti, the Liga lidských práv, and Obránci zvířat (a ban on fur farms and cage). He is the author of 145 illustrations of the successful space exploration Space Race the card game” and, last but not least, the winner of the analogue portion of the RAW ART WRESTLING 2017 illustration contest. He is currently busy working for the studio 60seconds.cz, where he draws whiteboard videos and also works on illustrations for a fairy-tale book for the smallest fans of the HC Kometa Brno hockey club
“I got to work on the project through my friend Khoma, with whom I enjoy working, so there was no hesitation! For me, the bonus is that through the five designs I provided taught me something new about the regions and their regional cities. Moreover, I’d say sorting waste is a kind of national sport for us, and why not make it at least a few containers nicer, right! ;)”