HOLY DIRTY DOLLAR
Digital Art meets Street Art meets Money Art – that is DENKSTAHL. This is where the artist reacts within the society of money art to issues of war and peace, luxury and protest all at the same time.
HOLY DIRTY DOLLAR shows one hundred American 100-dollar banknotes, which DENKSTAHL has transformed into works of art. In his digital fine art, he takes up the motifs of street art and combines popular techniques of both the street art genre and classical art with the highest quality of digital printing techniques.
The Frankfurt artist AL, DENKSTAHL is not a typical street artist, although some of his works can also be found in urban spaces and on the street.
Each DENKSTAHL UNIQUE PIECE is a high-gloss print with pigmented ink on high-quality photo paper, laminated behind acrylic glass and reinforced by an aluminum back. The artwork is stamped with an artist’s stamp. For your artwork you will receive a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist and the biographical art book DENKSTAHL. art of a rebellious mind which will be dedicated to you.
In addition, you will receive the corresponding NFT for your HOLY DIRTY DOLLAR unique piece on request.
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The HOLY DIRTY DOLLAR series shows one hundred $100 banknotes and is a part of the larger HOLY DIRTY MONEY series by DENKSTAHL. Humorous, ironic and also critical is his so-called money art, wherein the artist explores the question: What is man’s relationship – individually and socially – towards money? What does money do to people? And what does a human do with money?
Money is more than just a medium of exchange; it is the symbol of prosperity and wealth. Currency has a high symbolic significance, also for the identity of a nation or union. The American dollar is the currency icon par excellence. With the abolition of cash, it will belong to history, while money art will remain among the artifacts of our contemporary history.
The question is not, whether you have money or want it, the question is how you deal with it.