Kids Unveil Adorable New "Embarrassingly Colorful" Hundred Dollar Bills
When Gawker mocked the new $100 bill after its debut last month for looking "like a god damn child's crayon scratch pad," people at the Cleveland Plain Dealer vowed to show those snarky bloggers what a real god damn child's crayon scratch pad looks like.
They turned to the kids at the Cleveland School of the Arts for new designs, and now have an online competition going over which one is best. Check out the weird, wonderful, and totally subversive (a haloed Obama and a dollar sign on a cross? A kooky old granny who lives in the U.S.? Peace signs and hearts?) creations and vote for your favorite!
Also, kids: Counterfeiting is wrong, no matter what they tell you at "art school."
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