Jan 30, 2008

Art With Money.

Some say money cant buy 'everything', but you need money to buy everything, which very well includes the work of art too. Though it may be rare now to find an artist who creates work of art for the sake of art without involvement of monetary variable in it. But what if the medium of art itself is 'money'.

Artwork using currency notes:

Artwork using currency notes (9) 1

Artwork using currency notes (9) 2

Artwork using currency notes (9) 3

Artwork using currency notes (9) 4

Artwork using currency notes (9) 5

Artwork using currency notes (9) 6

Artwork using currency notes (9) 7Artist Kristofer has used currency notes of various countries to create his artwork. 'Kris thoroughly selects notes to be used for the picture, cuts them and then fastens them with the wax'.

Illusions created using banknotes:

Illusion created using banknotes (11) 1

Illusion created using banknotes (11) 2

Illusion created using banknotes (11) 3

Illusion created using banknotes (11) 4

Illusion created using banknotes (11) 5

Illusion created using banknotes (11) 6

Illusion created using banknotes (11) 7

Illusion created using banknotes (11) 8

Illusion created using banknotes (11) 9

Illusion created using banknotes (11) 10

Illusion created using banknotes (11) 11

Origami with bills:

Origami with bills (6) 1

Origami with bills (6)  2

Origami with bills (6)  3

Origami with bills (6)  4

Origami with bills (6)  5

Origami with bills (6)  6When artists use dollars or bills to create origami, then perhaps its appropriate to say that origami is getting expensive. What more, they have incorporated the prints on the dollar bills into the facial characteristics of the finished figures.

Source: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

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