One 500 dollar bundle in $1 denominations
In December 1971, the pioneering organization, Experiments in Art & Technology (E.A.T.) held an "Artcash" gambling night benefit party at Automation House to raise money for E.A.T.’s project "Artists and
Television." E.A.T. asked 7 artists to make bills - Artcash- that could be purchased and gambled with at the event: Andy Warhol, Robert Whitman, Robert Rauschenberg, Tom Gormley, Red Grooms, and Marisol. The notes were printed at the American Banknote Company, which printed money for foreign countries that couldn’t trust their own people to print cash. The printed bills were packaged in bundles of 500 bills.