Knit Credit Cards by Dimitri Tsykalov

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As the financial world crumbles right before us, Russian artist Dimitri Tsykalov finds an amazing way to symbolize this ruin in his knit credit card series. Each piece is a colored knitted bank card that seems to be unraveling with a ball of yarn trailing on the floor. These knitted pieces almost provide a Global comfort in how united we all really are through the financial mess taking over the World’s economy.

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