What Would U.S. Money Look Like, Given The Proper Attention Of An Industrial Designer? – Design You Trust

What Would U.S. Money Look Like, Given The Proper Attention Of An Industrial Designer?

Industrial designer Andrey Avgust hails from Belarus, a country whose currency I admit I’ve never seen. But he’s seen our yankee dollars and recognizes that their design kind of stinks. For fun Avgust gave U.S. bills a redesign, starting with the material: Polymer.

Then he took the design iconography of current American cash and reimagined it within a new window, flipping the orientation from landscape to portrait. Of course, money this gorgeous would never work in America!

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