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  • A political statement piece, the concept plays off the common practice of consumers and small business owners scrawling messages on dollar bills as a means of communicating quick ideas and emotions, often humorous in nature. The dollar bill, the most circulated of printed currency, gets handled the most and as a result gets the most visibility. The lettering is meant to mimic an aggressive hand-drawn quality of a personalized message from an outraged citizen screaming at all those who must save every dollar to make ends meet. Printed almost 4 feet long, the poster acted as a political call to action for the 2012 presidential elections.