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Designers create bowls from shredded money

Jan 09, 2014
From wire reports, RIGA

Whilst most attention is on Latvia's switch over to the Euro currency, two Latvian designers have come up with a unique way of using money.

Artus Analts and Rudolfs Strelis have made a series of bowls from shredded bank notes.

The money bowls, as they're being called, are meant to reflect the thin borders between the valuable and useless. Stability - one of the bowl's basic principles - is taken out. When the bowls are spun, they can rotate for up to two minutes, symbolizing the change and rotation of the cash rate.

The Money Bowls, as they're being called, sell for for 210 euros.

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