If Apple, Google, Starbucks & More Brands Had Their Own Currency, This Is What It Would Look Like

“Brand Currency.”

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Investigating a future where companies have their own currency, graphic designer Jade Dalloul creating bank notes based featuring the figureheads of Apple, Google, Facebook, Starbucks and more. Titled “Brand Currency,” the project is an interesting look at our present economy and the place of big business in our everyday lives. Various monetary denominations designed by Dalloul feature company mission statements and notable faces, including Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg. The monetary denominations follow the US dollar and the physical design of the notes follow the ratio of the Euro. Take a look at the notes above and head over to Jade Dalloul site for more of her work.

Make sure to also take a tour of Apple’s futuristic new home, Apple Park.

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