Papercut art – Dollar love
Artist: Moses Shahrivar
Name: Dollar love
Technique: Paper cut, handmade, acryl
Subject: The dollar bill turned into love
Available as art print: Buy an art print of the painting here
Size: 98*44 cm
Price: USD 4 000
How to buy it: SOLD
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History of the papercut – “Dollar love”
The original papercut made for this painting was sold earlier this year, 2016 (thereby limiting any more art made from it). Before the papercut was sold the artist used it during 3 years creating street art and three paintings of the love motif (Big dollar love, Green dollar love, Pink dollar love). When the original papercut was framed and hanged on the wall of Sthlm Art it took only 30 minutes before it got sold. The buyer was a client with a big heart of love and understanding, a perfect match between the art and the owner.
What does all the symbols on the dollar bill mean? Everybody uses the dollar all around the world but only a few knows the true meanings of the symbols. The hidden messages used by the Federal Reserve (the American central bank which is a privately owned bank) in the dollar bill has been used by many before them. The symbols of the All-seeing-eye, the pyramid, the stars, the formations etc. are ancient knowledge that has been used by the Egyptians, Freemasons, Central banks and many more all over the world. The symbols referees to the mental plane, the dimension we reach when we sleep, meditate or reach a higher level of conciseness. The symbols reveals that the people behind the Federal Reserve/the dollar are illuminated and has knowledge about the mental plane. The mental plane is a real world that both you and me are experiencing in our everyday life, some of us are aware of it and how it works (illuminated of the knowledge) while some never reach this understanding. To become illuminated you need to read and learn and then test the knowledge for yourself before you can accept it. It’s a lifelong journey and the more you learn the more you will understand that the knowledge is never-ending. – Moses
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