Russian posters that sell illegal goods change when police get too close. Smells of an agency stunt.
Using homeless beggars cards as ad space for a fee that goes to the holder…
The ads are set up to match the color scheme of the $10 and $50 New Zealand notes and indicate a place where you can set the bills to put animals back in their natural habitats. On the back of the blue $10 note are a pair of blue ducks and on the reverse of the purple $50 note is an image of the endangered Kōkako, along with some other plants that are natural to New Zealand. The illustrations beyond the bills are seamless and perfectly match what’s on the notes, serving as a very poetic way to show just what a difference even the smallest of contributions can make.
Books that grow into trees after they’ve been read. What a great idea.