'52 Shades Of Greed': The Best-Looking Thing To Come Out Of The Financial Crisis

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Remember the so-called "banking crisis" of 2008? The one where a handful of clever investment bankers stole billions of dollars from ordinary people — and got away with it?

To make sure we don't forget, 27 artists made this awesome deck of cards, each representing a different culprit.

This is just 12 of them. After you've shared it with your friends, you can head over to 52ShadesOfGreed.com to see the rest.

Joe Cassano: AIG Executive

Hank Paulson: Treasury Secretary

Erin Callan: CFO, Lehman Brothers

Regulatory Capture: Office of the Comptroller of the Currency

Regulatory Capture: Treasury

Moral Hazard: The Revolving Door

Toxic Methods: Shorting Against Your Clients

Toxic Institutions: Goldman Sachs

Toxic Laws: Erosion and End of Glass-Steagall

Toxic Institutions: Magnetar

Toxic Institutions: AIG

Kathryn Wylde: Deputy Chair of NY Fed Board of Directors

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