Occupy George: remixed dollar bills

As the Occupy movement gained ground in 2011, Ivan Cash and Andy Dao invented Occupy George to help communicate the facts about economic inequality in the USA. Inspired by the idea of using banknotes to put messages into circulation, they exploited a loophole in US legislation that permits marking money, as long as it is not entirely defaced. They created simple stamps showing data on wealth distribution and set about stamping dollar bills in California. They invited people to download the template from their website to print the images onto dollar bills at home.