Collection by Aaron Britt

Occupy George

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Though the sprawling Occupy movement may not be able to agree to a central compact, or even list of demands, its message that wealth inequality in America is untenable is a pressing, and salient, one. And a pair of San Francisco graphic designers are putting their shoulders to the wheel with a series of deft infographics highlighting precisely that point. What's more, they're printing their manifesto and distributing it on just what they're most critical of: money. Occupy George is the work of Andy Dao and Ivan Cash, and by printing a handful of simple charts and graphs on dollar bills, they're literally stamping the medium with the message. Check out their designs and hear what Dao and Cash have to say.

Not only do Cash and Dao stamp their designs on dollar bills, but they also offer a template you can download to print…
"We print in the lowest denomination to increase accessibility," says Cash. "We fear that people might have trepidation…
"The design and advertising fields really equip people with a skill set that is quite powerful," says Cash. "But that…
"I generally support the Occupy movement. I was watching TV and saw people get kicked out of their homes because they…
"I think you tend to see creatives reflecting a lot of their values in their work not because it's the responsible…
"[The General Strike in Oakland, California on November 2nd] was amazing," Dao reports. He and Cash set up a table…
"I definitely see a contradiction in values [between working in advertising and the Occupy movement] and I left my job…
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