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The hard-worked hands of Jacaba Coaquira, 80, holding the green beans she grew on her land. This year the production of her land was affected by lack of rain and early cold weather that froze the crops before they finished growing. Santiago de Okola, Bolivia. (Photo by Renée C. Byer/Living on a Dollar a Day)

The hard-worked hands of Jacaba Coaquira, 80, holding the green beans she grew on her land. This year the production of her land was affected by lack of rain and early cold weather that froze the crops before they finished growing. Santiago de Okola, Bolivia. (Photo by Renée C. Byer/Living on a Dollar a Day)
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16 Oct 2014 13:11:00
Way of the Dinosaur, cut one-dollar bills. (Photo by Mark Wagner)

Mark Wagner, the collage artist, challenges viewers to examine their relationship with money and the capitalist society in which we live. Photo: “Way of the Dinosaur”, cut one-dollar bills. (Photo by Mark Wagner)
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06 Jul 2014 09:17:00
Michael Fröhlich's Jowett Javelin rotting car in his forest sculpture park in Neandertal Germany, September 11, 2016. An eccentric artist has collected fifty vintage cars and left them to rot in a forest – and now they're worth over $1 million. Former racing driver Michael Fröhlich, from Dusseldorf, Germany, has purposely crashed the cars into trees, buried them in mud and parked them on cliff faces in his estate's garden in the middle of the German Neanderthal. His collections includes a Jaguar XK120 worth $170,000, a Porsche 356 racer and a Buick worth $17,000. Perhaps his most interesting collectable is a Rolls Royce, with a purposefully misspelt “Buckingham Palace” – replacing the B with an F – emblazoned on the side with a replica of the Queen Elizabeth at the wheel. (Photo by Christoph Hagen/Barcroft Images)

Michael Fröhlich's Jowett Javelin rotting car in his forest sculpture park in Neandertal Germany, September 11, 2016. An eccentric artist has collected fifty vintage cars and left them to rot in a forest – and now they're worth over $1 million. Former racing driver Michael Fröhlich, from Dusseldorf, Germany, has purposely crashed the cars into trees, buried them in mud and parked them on cliff faces in his estate's garden in the middle of the German Neanderthal. His collections includes a Jaguar XK120 worth $170,000, a Porsche 356 racer and a Buick worth $17,000. (Photo by Christoph Hagen/Barcroft Images)
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24 Sep 2016 10:56:00
Kraken. (Photo by Chad Person/Caters News)

These amazing pieces of artwork from a series called “TaxCut” have been created entirely out of money. Chad Person an artist from California created these collages from hundreds of tiny pieces of American dollar bills. Photo: Kraken. (Photo by Chad Person/Caters News)
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10 Nov 2013 06:56:00
Million Dollar Car Graveyard (Video)

Michael Fröhlich's Jowett Javelin rotting car in his forest sculpture park in Neandertal Germany, September 11, 2016. An eccentric artist has collected fifty vintage cars and left them to rot in a forest – and now they're worth over $1 million.
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31 Oct 2016 23:22:00
Man prepares wigs as he waits for customers in downtown Johannesburg. Some estimates put Africa's dry hair industry at as much as $6 billion a year; Nigerian singer Muma Gee recently boasted that she spends 500,000 naira ($3,100) on a single hair piece made of 11 sets of human hair. (Photo by Siphiwe Sibeko/Reuters)

Man prepares wigs as he waits for customers in downtown Johannesburg, on August 5, 2014. Some estimates put Africa's dry hair industry at as much as $6 billion a year; Nigerian singer Muma Gee recently boasted that she spends 500,000 naira ($3,100) on a single hair piece made of 11 sets of human hair. (Photo by Siphiwe Sibeko/Reuters)
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15 Aug 2014 09:08:00
Supermodel Chanel Iman attends DKNY's Golden Delicious million dollar fragrance bottle unveiling at the DKNY Store

Supermodel Chanel Iman attends DKNY's Golden Delicious million dollar fragrance bottle unveiling at the DKNY Store on December 5, 2011 in New York City. (Photo by Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images)
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06 Dec 2011 12:56:00
A replica of the bust of Nefertiti stands in the Replica Workshop of the National Museum of Berlin in Berlin, October 2, 2015. The workshop plans to produce 10 to 20 replicas a year, which like the original are made of a limestone core with gypsum finish. Each one will cost  8,900 euros (9,934 US Dollars). (Photo by Axel Schmidt/Reuters)

A replica of the bust of Nefertiti stands in the Replica Workshop of the National Museum of Berlin in Berlin, October 2, 2015. The workshop plans to produce 10 to 20 replicas a year, which like the original are made of a limestone core with gypsum finish. Each one will cost 8,900 euros (9,934 US Dollars). (Photo by Axel Schmidt/Reuters)
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05 Oct 2015 08:00:00