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Hasegawa Yosuke makes origami out of dolla dolla bills

Jul 27, 2012

Money: you love it or hate it, or pretend to hate it, or merely tolerate it, but whatever the case, unless you’re communing with god on an ashram or totally comfortable dumpster diving and sleeping under bridges, it’s a pretty big part of your life. And as a wise man once said (probably), it’s not how much money you have, it’s what you do with what you’ve got.

Hasegawa Yosuke, for example, folds dollar bills (and rupees and yen and pesos, etc) into the faces of little historical figures, usually wearing some sort of culturally specific hat. This series of Abe Lincolns and George Washingtons, which barring any mistakes took him almost $50 to make, ranges from a baseball cap to a helmet of some kind to a turban.

Check out many, many more of Yosuke’s little money faces here.

 Hasegawa Yosuke makes origami out of dolla dolla bills
 Hasegawa Yosuke makes origami out of dolla dolla bills
 Hasegawa Yosuke makes origami out of dolla dolla bills
 Hasegawa Yosuke makes origami out of dolla dolla bills
 Hasegawa Yosuke makes origami out of dolla dolla bills
 Hasegawa Yosuke makes origami out of dolla dolla bills
 Hasegawa Yosuke makes origami out of dolla dolla bills
 Hasegawa Yosuke makes origami out of dolla dolla bills

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