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Feedbag: Redesigned Dollar, WWIII Posters and the Eternal Moonwalk

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  • When it comes to the economic crisis, the federal government can take a page from the brands in trouble handbook. For The Atlantic's "Ideas to Fix the World" list, Pentagram's Michael Bierut proposes a redesign for the symbol of the American economy: the dollar.


  • Recent college grad and industrious young chap Brian Lane Winfield Moore reimagines classic propaganda posters for the 21st century, complete with references to Twitter, Google Maps and Obama for America.


  • To cram one last bit of Michael into this over-saturated memorial day, Studio Brussel brings us the Eternal Moonwalk, where anyone can upload videos of their sad attempts at the King's signature move.
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