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Fascinating story in, wired about, mohan Srivastava, a geological statistician in Toronto who figured out a way to beat scratch-off lotto tickets.
Scratch for Fun examples may not accurately represent game play or overall chances of winning.Each piece of furniture looks so real that upon closer inspection it is hard to believe that you are in fact looking at lottery tickets. .But these were not wealthy individuals.What's just as amazing to me is what he did next-instead of getting rich, he alerted the lotto company (which was so inept that it ignored him at first).In 2007 Was and Eckstrom were out on a walk together with their dog Banana when they came across these discarded bits of colorful holographic paper. .Scratch for Fun examples do not award prizes.Courtesy of Ghost of a Dream Courtesy of Ghost of a Dream Courtesy of Ghost of a Dream Another piece featured in One In A Million was a larger text sculpture placed on the floor with a mirror in the front.The artists included framed portraits hung on the walls, a chandelier in the center, an area rug, and a framed antique mirror on papered walls. .Courtesy of Ghost of a Dream.Ghost of a Dream, a ground littered with discarded lottery scratch-offs was the beginning of something amazing.The opportunity to make a large scale project came along shortly thereafter and Ghost of a Dream decided to create a full scale Hummer. .The Pennsylvania Lottery is introducing 50,000 Jackpot as a new 2 ticket.
Dream Car 2008 39,000 worth of discarded lottery tickets, milana vayntrub pokies cardboard, cast plastic, wood, steel, and mirror.
This is it " x 156" x 168" discarded lottery tickets, romance novel covers, wood and found objects.
THE game IS closed.
Dream Home 2009 (detail) Courtesy of Ghost of a Dream Courtesy of Ghost of a Dream Ghost of A Dream most recently participated in an eight-week artist in residence program at Vierter Stock Projektraum in Berlin. .Dream Home 2009 102" high x variable dimensions, 70,000 worth of discarded lottery tickets, cardboard, foam, wood, and steel.Then we did some serious research to find out what people buy when they do win the lottery. .The pieces are meant to evoke bursts of passion, getting caught up in the throes of romance and risky behavior.The Hummer was the first and inspiring piece of a Dream trilogy inspired by the top three things people buy when they win the lottery: the Dream Car, the Dream Vacation and the Dream Home all created with discarded lottery scratch-offs.An antique clock sits atop this intricate piece next to a vase with budding flowers on top, as well as a statuesque candle holder.We started to collect tons and tons and talk about what people dream about when they play the lottery.
There is also an ornate china closet that displays detailed plates.
To the artists, these small papers symbolized dreams unfulfilled. .
The dreams burst and the ticket is tossed to the ground. .