Econ Posters From Our Readers

On Friday, we put up a few minimalist econ posters we created to illustrate ideas from economics and finance. And we asked readers to submit their own posters.

Thanks to everyone who responded! We picked a few of our favorites to post here.

Minimalist Economics Posters: Scarcity
Courtesy of Artem Gervets
Minimalist Economics Posters: Opportunity Cost
Courtesy of Shiraz Ahmed
Minimalist Economics Posters: Under Water
"Underwater"/Courtesy of John P. Bourgeois
Minimalist Economics Posters: Negative Equity
Courtesy of Damon Allen Davison
Minimalist Economics Posters: Monopoly i i
Courtesy of Shawn Colton
Minimalist Economics Posters: Monopoly
Courtesy of Shawn Colton

Please keep the submissions coming. Email us at planetmoney@npr.org, and write "econ posters" in the subject line. Or post them on Twitter or Instagram and tag them #econposters.

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