Friday, March 29, 2019

Coachella 2019 news: Global Inheritance

Each time I cover Coachella, I enjoy checking out some of the interesting artistic designs on recycled trash cans. Read more below...

You might already know about POSTed Studio. Now, for the first time ever, a speaker series is coming to Coachella. Visitors to the Studio are free to design posters all weekend in both the camping hub and main festival grounds on any topic, but they will now also have the opportunity to align their POSTed concepts with the inspiration provided by special guest speakers from all around the world.

The POSTed Studio allows each participant to develop a concept around a social or environmental issue that matters to them. The most creative concepts are then turned into high-quality poster prints designed by professional artists and shared at no charge with the world via our online poster library to use at marches, rallies, school presentations or other non-commercial purposes. For more info, go to

Full speaker lineup announced will be announced the first week of April. Be sure to follow the Global Inheritance socials.

The bins are almost finished and the polo fields are calling: That means the TRASHed artists have been working hard on a unique collection of redesigned recycling bins.

In Downtown Los Angeles on Saturday, April 6th from 7pm to 11pm, you can view the 16th edition of TRASHed at Coachella. This is the only time you can see the full collection before they roll to the festival. This one-night event is free and open to the public. Capacity is limited so RSVP. Enjoy drinks, music + a night of art with Global Inheritance and event partners - House of Machines & Absolut Vodka.

At the festival, grab a few friends and join in Carpoolchella. Festival-goers traveling in packs of four or more passengers in their car boasting a Carpoolchella insignia can potentially win prizes (including backstage passes and VIP passes for life).

From Carpoolchella and Public Displays of Affection to Tour Rider and Coachella Express, past Global Inheritance transportation programs have managed to remove hundreds of thousands of cars off the road while promoting the value of public transportation, biking and carpooling.

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