The agency then commissioned a photographer to take pictures around the city. The designer then merged the pictures to create a three-dimensional effect, and then created an 'Andy Warhol effect' on the pictures.

The second reason is to educate and inform customers about various municipal topics, such as clearance certificates, which are necessary when you buy and sell property.

The majority of people who directly benefited were pensioners.

It is a major incentive to poor communities in Johannesburg to relieve their burden of debts, but at the same time create a new culture of payment.

People are generally quite impressed with the design.