Originally from New York City, Monopoly has recently been posting his works in Los Angeles, utilizing a variety of materials, including spray paint, newspaper, epoxy, varnish, and stencils to adhere the images of Rich Uncle Pennybags and other money-grabbing characters to public spaces and canvases. In Park Place (2014), he raises his hat to the viewer. His figure is stenciled on top of what looks to be a large white monopoly card with the words “Title Deed Park Place” at the top. The entire piece is covered with a glossy epoxy, replicating the look of a card. The congratulatory gesture from Pennybags, along with the embalming of a title deed, might allude to the ways that our society puts money and investments on a pedestal, but it also seems to refer to a game of chance. In SCROOGE DOLLARS (2014) we see another recognizable character, Scrooge McDuck, in ecstasy as he sniffs several dollar bills. Money is, of course, a precious resource worth guarding at all cost for McDuck.