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Make your Franklin is a community (and worldwide) art project that encourages recreations of the $100 banknote.
The creators write that the bill is a symbol of modern society, and a perfect launching pad for cultural reflection and re-imagination.
So what do you see in $100?
Learn how to participate after the jump ..
The rules are simple: Design a $100 bill with like dimensions (2.61-by-6.14 inches).
Submissions can be digitally designed or illustrated, and can be realistic or abstract, and scaned images (at 300dpi) can be submitted here.
See more re-creations on the Make Your Franklin website.
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