Alberto Lucas López

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George Washington García

An artwork rich in symbolism depicts the dollar as a symbol of American success and strength, reflecting a diverse population with a strong Spanish influence.

Evidence of this is the prevalence of Spanish surnames in the most common family names of American citizens.

The blue and red of the surnames on the stripes created by dividing the dollar bill allude to the American flag, with green symbolizing money and the economy. In an alternate reality, it wouldn’t be surprising if George Washington, whose portrait is on the dollar, had the surname García.