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Hasegawa Yosuka Folds Famous Figures Using Paper Bills

By: Deborah Kim - Published: • References: fickleflickers.fc2web
Money is something that concerns most people, and many use it constantly; however, they don't study it religiously like Hasegawa Yosuka does. Bills pass through many hands, but their importance is often only seen for their monetary value.

Hasegawa Yosuka uses paper bills as his medium for his hilarious moneygami pieces. He folds paper bills to create silly portraits of the people featured on them from around the world. Some of the moneygami is surprisingly historically accurate, like the Queen Elizabeth bill that features a crown on her head. Yet others, like the baseball cap-wearing Abe Lincoln, are just entertaining and silly. Stats for Presidential Moneygami Trending: Older & Average
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