As part of Sydney History Week, the RBA's Currency museum requested a booklet which featured the clothing warn by some of the people on the notes and the fashions of that particular era. 'Dollar Bill', a cartoon character developed by Monty Wedd to explain the 1966 transition in Australia to Decimal currency, was dressed as a tailor and used to guide the reader through the different era's. I created new illustrations of 'Dollar Bill' and his dress mannequins to help show this concept. Below is a sample of some of these illustrations I created and some sample page designs of the booklet. The bank notes for each person was printed on see through paper as a reference for the particular painted portrait shown underneath, on the following pages. I both designed, illustrated and artworked this A5 Booklet. The piece was well received by visitors to the museum.