With Venezuela's highest denomination bill now worth less than a stick of gum, one local designer is protesting his country's economic crisis through currency art.
Jose Leon, 24, has been covering the faces of national heroes on the smallest bills of two bolivars - worth one fifth of a U.S. cent at the black market rate - with the intricately-stencilled faces of American superheroes.
"One day, I was paid in two bolivar notes: what a pain! At night, watching the (U.S. superhero) film 'Deadpool,' I decided to draw it on the bills," said the tatooist and amateur . . .