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Redesigned $100 bills

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The style and format of the $100 bill is unlikely to change any time soon. Unlike our notes, which often get a slight refresh, the Americans like to keep things consistent when it comes to currency.

But, as usual, those hip designer types are sticking it to the man (and by the man we mean Benjamin Franklin) with this community art project that has them customising the iconic bill. For kicks.

You can find out more and submit your own creation here.

We can't imagine the Queen allowing this sort of horseplay in the UK.

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