Cats in the air: new adventures of the poster "One Cat"!
In the July issue of the magazine OnAir (spread on "Belavia" airplanes) there was an article "Have you seen a bunny?". It told the story of the emergence of the Belarusian "bunny" money, all the hustle and bustle accompanying the issue of the first post-Soviet money and it also referred to the conceptual design project by the artist Sergei Stelmashonok, which was presented for the first time at the exhibition "March Cats" in Minsk in 2009.
"Belarusian project of a universal global reserve currency
In 2009 the artist Sergei Stelmashonok offered an interesting sequel to Belarusian animalistic money.
His poster "One Cat" - looking exactly like a money bill - appeared at the art exhibition right at the time of the global financial crisis, when the politicians from all over the world tried their best to create a project of universal global reserve currency".
Thus, after traveling all around Serbia the bill "One Cat" started travelling with Belavia airplanes to 39 cities of the world. Among these cities are the following ones: Amsterdam, Beirut, Brandenburg, Warsaw, Vienna, Hanover, Yerevan, Larnaca, London, Manchester, Milan, Paris, Rome, St. Petersburg, Istanbul, Stockholm, Tbilisi, Tehran, Tel Aviv, Frankfurt am Main, Helsinki.
And that is just the beginning :)