Canadian artist Kristi Malakoff created these wonderful sculptures for her 2008 Polyhedra series. Despite the large scale photos, most of the sculptures are beautifully tiny…the sphere is only 2″ in diameter, for example while most other pieces are 2.5″. Each piece is made from folded currency bills from around the world, including Canada, Brazil, Zambia, Egypt, Bolivia, China, Afganistan, Yugoslavia, Iraq, Paraguay, Russia and more. It is only with such a variety of currency that Malakoff could create a wide range of colours and textures in her work. We’d love to know the actual monetary value of each work of art – thought we’re sure the artists would argue they are each priceless in their own right.