Check presenter as collaborative social experiment.
Simple Moleskine™ notebooks, prepared with rubber stamping and hand embossing in various random locations, are dropped with your check at CURED at Pearl in San Antonio.
Our argument: if primed with graphic content—but not prescriptive about action or use—the books would see greater use and immediate engagement.
Several hundred went down on tables in January when CURED opened. They were completely filled and re-ordered within 90 days.
The results are compelling: as the Moleskines™ cease their primary function (presenting checks) they transform into time capsule, compendium, comic strip, critical review, and graffiti wall, all at once.
From the mundane, to the profane to the heartfelt, the range of human expression is on display.