Artist Mari Roldan Recreates Famous Paintings On European Banknotes

When the young artist Mari Roldan is having fun reproducing famous paintings on banknotes, a nice series that brings a touch of poetry in the very cartesian world of money. From Vincent Van Gogh to Pablo Picasso via Magritte, Hokusai or Botticelli, Mari Roldan offers us an alternative version of our European banknotes, paying tribute to the masterpieces of painting.

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