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The Zero-Dollar Bill, in Limited Circulation

When most people get angry about the economy they express themselves with choice words, and artist Laura Belkin responded on a whole other creative level. The Manhattan artist is protesting by using her art as a statement about the US financial crisis.

Tomorrow, Laura will be on Wall Street distributing the 10,000 zero dollar bills she made. The bills are slightly smaller than the one-dollar bill and each one is original, signed and numbered by the artist. Laura created the zero-dollar print because she views the dollar bill "as symbolic of America’s stature in the world," and stripping it of its value is a criticism of the current American economy. What do you think of the print she created?

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Jinx Jinx 7 years
I would love one. Maybe it should have Bush's pic on it tho! :innocent:
hippiecowgirl hippiecowgirl 7 years
That's pretty creative! I love the message behind the art.
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
i'm upset that of course she decides to do this on the day that i'm going on vacation so i won't be able to go to Wall street :( that makes me sad. i love the idea though and i think that it's really creative!
Dr-No Dr-No 7 years
I love it! Joanna--I wish I could get one, too!
GinaSnyder GinaSnyder 7 years
That is so cute!
joanna-shue joanna-shue 7 years
How can I get it if I am 6 hours away from NYC?
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