Laser-cut dollar bills by Scott Campbell.
GREAT! I LOVE IT
wow, these are incredible.
Amazing work. I totally have to repost this :)
yeah right, i will repose it to. this is so incredible.
oh lasers, where would we be without you?
His tattoo work is incredible as well (similar style. similar mind boggling line work.)
This is incredible! I love the last one!
wow, amazing. its so nice. i love it.
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Wonderfully macarbre and quite apt considering the M.O. of the federal reserve!
jeesu hahaaaha he’s an eye candy
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WONDERFUL!!! So beautiful and painstaking, it looks.
I know his work through customized Camel Packs Project back in the days I used to work at Gyro Worldwide http://quakercitymercantile.com/ now. He is great!!
His tattoo work is okay…good lettering style, I like these though. I think I saw them on found sometime earlier.
The work is nice, like everybody else has said. But I just have one question, when you create artwork with money do you need to notify somebody? Somebody in the government? Or else what happens to our American currency?
I hope the man doesn’t come down too hard on Scott for defacing money.
Sacrilege! Anathema! Right on!
these make me chuckle… cuts right to the heart of the matter. money, another form of idol worship.
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