Everyone agrees that the most beautiful thing in the world is money -- so doesn't it make sense that you stash your money in a beautiful thing? Slide your cash into a Poketo wallet, just in at the Museum of Contemporary Art
Poketos are super-affordable, double-layered vinyl billfolds festooned with vibrant graphic renderings created by a worldwide network of 100+ artists, from right here in Chicago to the goat-eating metropolis of Trollhättan, Sweden. Designs from the latest drop're highlighted by a creepily eyeballed red & blue geometrical composition; a SpongeBob-esque creature riding a rail car through a stoner's anime fantasyland; and an explosion of birds, plants, and Latin-style hearts representing "the lush and vibrant nature of Colombia" (if you're waiting for a cocaine joke, go FARC yourself). Others hawked include skulls striped like an old TV signoff, Sasquatch looming in a barren forest, and two cartoon jiu-jitsu heroes illustrating the yin-yang of male pattern baldness, afro vs chrome dome
Inside each wallet, you'll find a quick artist bio card, so you'll know your billfold's stunning-brunettes collage was designed by Andrio Abero, winner of "Young Guns 4" -- an arts award inspired by the 2nd and 3rd most beautiful things in the world, Estevez/Sheen. Or Sheen/Estevez.