01.09.11 by Jeff

Dan Tague

Various works using folded dollar bills, by Dan Tague.

Folded dollar bills artworks by artist Dan Tague

Folded dollar bills artworks by artist Dan Tague

Folded dollar bills artworks by artist Dan Tague

Folded dollar bills artworks by artist Dan Tague

Folded dollar bills artworks by artist Dan Tague

Folded dollar bills artworks by artist Dan Tague

Folded dollar bills artworks by artist Dan Tague













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Very very cool concept. I kind of want one.

  • Luke

    so sick!

  • Nice, I can see a philosophy under them.

  • Nambo

    OH YES! VERY NICE TO SEE THIS KIND OF THING MADE WITH MONEY!!

  • At first I thought they were going to be money sculptures, I love the forms created to get the right words, almost organised folding but I like how it’s not all straight, the way that the letters are at different angles and there are different sized folds is really interesting. I’d love to make drawings of these as the shapes themselves and then another set of drawings of just the type.

  • Damn, thats awesome!!

  • Hoffman

    ..you’ll be rich soon

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  • lapetitefaon

    awesome! especially the shape of ‘reality sucks’ great!

  • Ha! Very clever





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