The world’s most expensive piece of art, “Da Vinci of Debt”, on display at the Grand Central Station of the US. At a height of 14 meters, all made of real 2,600 university degrees and valued at 470 million dollars, flooded with visitors.
Artwork of Natural Light, the long-preferred beer brand on university campuses, to highlight the rising cost of university education in the United States. It surpassed even Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi ($450.3 million), the most expensive work of art known.
The beverage company has determined this work as the most expensive work of art ever made, earning a value of $ 470 million for the 2,600 diplomas exhibited, multiplied by 180,000 dollars, which is the average cost of a four-year university education in America.
The brand describes the resulting artwork as “The design aims to show students both the scale of the debt crisis and draw attention to the chaotic impact it creates for those who are burdened with college debt.”
This is part of the brand’s continued effort to shed light on the student debt problem in the country.
Student loan debt in the US reached a record level of $ 1.7 trillion in 2021.