04/13/2009 | 11:00 am
| For those of you who enjoy dollar origami, we bring you a gallery of Mark Wagner‘s intricate and beautiful dollar bill collages. His portrait of Marxism is our favorite. [%comments]
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Somehow it seems plain wrong and painful to see money cut up and destroyed like this. In India, it is a punishable offense.
In this day and age, I’m glad to see he’s doing his part to combat inflation.
I Just loveOrikane – (ori to fold, kane is money) great stuff
I really enjoy knowing that somebody would rather just cut up the money then give it away to charity, church, or something that really needs it. The value of the dollar is going down why? I’m that this guy values his just as much as the next, or at least enough to cut it up into shapes for everyone to admire and never use for its true purpose. But, that’s America.
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