Las Vegas’ Wheel of Misfortune

We’ve all seen the show Wheel of Fortune before. Overly happy contestants spin the wheel as they try to guess the phrase and win a prize. Street artist Aware decided to take a “glass half empty” approach and humorously created a giant non-spinning Wheel of Misfortune at an old magnesium plant – appropriately located in Las Vegas. To get a better idea of the size and scale, check out the video below.


Photo credit (3rd image): DerGiftigEins
via [Doobybrain], [12ozProphet]



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