Brixton heroes, urban art and architectural detail combine to reflect the dynamic past and present of one of London’s most vibrant areas – as the world’s first urban complementary currency points to its future. Balancing expected currency motifs with state-of-the-art production techniques, these notes are both an advert for Brixton’s amazing diversity, and two-fingers to the pedestrian paper the rest of us have to carry in our wallets. Need to borrow a Ziggy anyone?
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