In order to acquire funds to produce a short movie, Martin Plourde a Montrealer, will try in the next few months to become the Ebay member with the worst profile in history.
To achieve this, he is selling defective invisible objects.
The buyer who wins the auction must play the role of an unsatisfied customer. So he has to invent an imaginary defect about the invisible item received by the delivery ghost and denounce the seller via the Ebay feedback system.
You find the concept a little too weird? It’s because you didn’t see the items for sale. All these original objects are presented in form of a sketch and came directly from the mind of the same creator.
The actual item for sale is invisible dentures with microchips implanted inside the teeth that detect and calculate the calories and vitamins chewed by the user.
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