Title: "Complex Economies" This rendering has the most destructive flavor of the series. Here you'll find severed hands, Mayan codex, Martin Shkreli, the Wu Tang Clans one-off album Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, El Chapo, bark beetles, etc. Current economic models insist that an invisible hand changes the economy as a ghost-like outside force. Complexity Economics argues that changes in the market bubble up from a variety of complex circumstances. I rendered what I perceive as modern villains (such as Shkreli and El Chapo) to give thought to questions like: What circumstances create destructive agent-based models and how can these models affect global economies? How can people in different positions of power affect the velocity and forms of currency? What does that look like? How am I connected?