In an age of virtual currency, some are still attempting to make the one-dollar American bill more aesthetically pleasing and effective.

If you’ve traveled abroad, you know that America has some of the most outdated-looking currency–at least, compared to some of its global counterparts. It’s all the same color, same size and almost entirely bill-based, not making much use of the coin for larger financial sums.

The Dollar ReDesign Project hopes to remedy that.  The Project is a program lead by creative consultant, Richard P. Smith, that strives to

“bring about change for everyone. We want to rebrand the US Dollar, rebuild financial confidence and revive our failing economy.”

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