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New York sculptor Randall Rosenthal creates a realistic jackpot that isn’t what seems. Made from wood, Rosenthal created this piece from a single block. We aren’t sure about the tools he uses but the results are phenomenal.

Photo Courtesy of Meisel Gallery.

Photo Courtesy of Saw Mill Creek.

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  • Matt Connortonq June 1, 2012 - 2:05 pm Reply

    Wow. The money and the rubber bands holding the bills together are amazing enough but ten the worn corrugated cardboard box just takes it all completely over the top. What a talent. Amazing craftsmanship.

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