No Money but a Noney
By Dadara on February 26, 2011
Not the Noney, meaning ‘a ditsy female used for male pleasure’, as used in British slang, but a seemingly short-lived project involving a different kind of currency, with each note being a hand-drawn, hand-printed and hand-signed piece of art. In 2003, Noney entered circulation with the majority of its 10,000-note supply distributed through several release events in Providence, Rhode Island.
As stated on the website: ‘each Noney note has the same denomination: zero. This doesn’t mean each note has no value… just relative value. There’s no fixed exchange rate or location of operation. Noney’s worth as both art and currency is something to negotiate through each individual transaction, anywhere.’
We could find very little about it online, but maybe someone reading this blog has had experience with spending a Noney?
We still haven’t found any other Infinite banknotes though
(Thanks to Stephanie Rearick for the Noney link)