19 in 13 in 1973

An associational history of finance and markets, a visualization of one crisis as seen through the materials of another, an upcycling of class aspirational material diverted from the waste stream, and an excuse to hunt for pens. Nineteen movements of the prime lending rate, from December of 1972 to December of 1973, exposed on direct marketing junk mail using ballpoint pens from the Failed Four of 2008: Lehman Brothers, Bear Stearns, Washington Mutual, and Countrywide Financial.