Time is Money

I’m not sure if we’ll see a universal currency in our lifetime, and if we do it will probably be in a digital form. Either way, hopefully it will be as thoughtful as this design, a literal interpretation of Benjamin Franklin’s famous phrase, “Time is Money.” Each coin and bill in the series represent a universally understood segment of time and serve as a reminder that time really is the most valuable commodity.

Designer: Vladislav Novikov-Barkovsky


  • Euan Craine says:

    Why has the 1 hour coin “borrowed” the three legs of Mann (Isle of Man) for the obverse, but flipped them around?

  • Italaya says:

    It’s a cool idea. It would probably make people want to save their money instead of saving it…

  • Italaya says:

    Edit: instead of spending it

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