U.S. Currency Redesign Concept
Since the last redesign in 2003 of the United States currency, taken a well-designed futuristic look by the Belarusian designer Andrey Avgust. The U.S. Currency Redesign Concept has a 90-degrees turn with a new, more attractive format of the one, five, 10, 20, 50, and 100 dollar bills. August's design uses a robust colored polymer banknote, with translucent layers of flexible plastic. Moreover, like the £10 notes of England, which featured cotton-fiber paper notes, the concept of translucent layers of flexible plastic makes them more durable. Furthermore, as the video shows, the numbers and letters glowing across the surfaces make it more difficult to counterfeit and visible under black-light.