Sculptor Randall Rosenthal carves life like bundles of bank notes and does many more amazing things with woodworking...
Rosenthal is an American artist born in 1947 in New York City.
He started his career in art as a painter and carpenter before he moved on to architectural design.
He received his BFA from the Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pittsburgh.
Mr Rosenthal first combined his woodworking profession with his lifelong passion for painting in 1997 when he was commissioned to create an open book for a Bible rest.
His work has been exhibited globally and he has done a number of high-profile commissions including the White House.
He uses a blocks of Vermont white pine – and then skilfully applies acrylic paint for the finish.
"My wife told me to go make money," Rosenthal, joked about why he made his first "Cold Hard Cash" sculpture over a decade ago.
You could see more of his work from his website at http://www.randallrosenthal.com