the act of brazenly sifting through bulk trash that suburban homeowners place in the front of their lawn a few days before the bulk trash collectors come to pick it up. Fronster diving takes place in broad daylight in front of everyone (even the homeowner), and is a common practice by artists who like to recycle. Frontster diving goodies usually include tables, grills, nightstands, wall units, chairs and other items that can easily be given new life.
"Hey, bulk trash day is Monday. Wanna go frontster diving with me this weekend? Last time I scored a set of TV trays, a mattress, and a lawn chair!"
by Kathy Cano-Murillo, The Crafty Chica October 20, 2007