Tag: economic

Abstract Economic Collage

Abstract Economic Collage

Stop by my gallery at Redbubble to find this new digital collage of vintage coins (with special effects) available on a variety of interesting print on demand  items. Whether you’re interested in iPhone cases, wall art, home decor, bags, etc., you’re sure to find great gift giving ideas…or, something nice for yourself!

Capitalism Tote Bag

More effectively than any other economic system in the history of the world, the opportunities which capitalism affords has lifted people out of poverty and into a more prosperous state of well-being. As such, please feel free to use this nice tote bag to satisfy your shopping needs! Available in small, medium and large (featured […]

Collage of Fifty Dollar Bills Throw Blanket

Collage of Fifty Dollar Bills Throw Blanket

Promoting capitalism through collage, this graphic design featuring fifty dollar bills makes a great throw blanket. Available in three sizes with artwork on one side. Made of 100% polyester and sherpa fleece, this might be the softest blanket on the planet, so get ready to cozy up. They can be machine washed separately with cold […]

Dollar Sign Pop Art

Pop Art Dollar Sign Wall Clock

Enjoy this pop art dollar sign wall clock, serving as an inspirational reminder for the entrepreneur that it’s time to make some money! Available in natural wood, black or white frames, it has a 10″ diameter with a high-impact plexiglass crystal face and a backside hook for easy hanging. Select between black or white hands. […]

Abolish The IRS Hooded Sweatshirt

The current federal income tax system is clearly broken — unfair, overly complex, and almost impossible for most Americans to understand. It’s time to abolish the IRS and institute the Fair Tax, instead; a system that allows you to keep your whole paycheck and only pay taxes on what you spend. Enjoy this hooded sweatshirt in support of tax […]

Turning The Economy Around

Obama’s economic policies have produced the worst recovery from a recession since the Great Depression. If the current recovery were as strong as the average, the typical U.S. family would have $17,000 more in annual income. Meanwhile, six million more Americans are in poverty today. With an estimated 94 million Americans not participating in the […]