New York jeweller Lauren Vanessa Tickle distills the patterns embedded in the U.S. dollar into brooches and necklaces.
One Dollar Koi is by Japanese origami artist Won Park. A master at folding U.S. dollar bills into various objects, he has earned the moniker “money folder.”
London-based Latvian designers Arthur Analts and Rudolph Strelis fashioned these bowls from shredded British bank notes.
Charlotte Vercruysse made the multi-slot piggybank (left), while Dutch artist Chris Kabel created the porcelain Money Vase, adorning it with euros.
Michael Kluver incorporates drawings within existing euro bills to bring into relief the weak spots in our capitalistic society. This piece, named Competition Breeds Apathy, evokes money-hungry violence and corruption.
All I want to do is make some money, by London artist Juan Montero, replicates on a micro scale – and using only household appliances – the industrial process used to make dollar bills.
Money’s Worth opens February 24 and runs until March 31, 2013 at Galerie Sofie Lacharet, 9140 Tielrode, Belgium.