This Artist Has Turned Store’s Regular Trashcan Into A Trashcan For People’s Hopes And Dreams


According to Jeff Wysaski (previously), the comedian behind Obvious Plant: “I am a comedian that enjoys ‘planting’ funny signs and other jokes in public places for people to discover. It is part of an ongoing project I call Obvious Plant. For my latest prank, I altered a store trashcan so it is designed to accept people’s hopes and dreams. To add to the joke, I came up with a bunch of fake items and placed them in the trash bin.”

h/t: boredpanda


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