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    How would you like to literally clean your room with money ? This odd Dollar Broom was envisioned by American artist and publisher Mark Wagner and makes for a cool household item.

  • Véronique Despioch

    Sculpture Artist Mark Wagner Dollar Broom new piece by currency artist Mark Wagner that redefines dirty meaning of dirty money. — Sculpture.5.(Book &Paper Sculpture).

  • Anna Sheffield Jewelry

    Brilliant- Dollar Bill Broom by Mark Wagner #art #object

  • Dave Ortega

    The latest trend in cleaning tools for banks on Wall Street.

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  • Ariane Tobin

    Artist Mark Wagner has created the most expensive broom in the world by replacing traditional plastic bristles with cut up dollar bills! His ‘recycled’ Dollar Broom literally sweeps up your mess by throwing money at it! via inhabitat

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