Architectural playing card designs by Italian architect Federico Babina.
“When I was young, I used to build a house with cards: why not use architecture to design cards?”
(via The Guardian)
- Chess set architecture — Designing chess pieces seems to be a little like designing typefaces, but there are, perhaps, stronger architectural connections.
- Black & White: A ’70s board game about race, housing, and privilege — This satirical Monopoly-esque board game was made to underscore the socioeconomic disparities between Blacks & Whites.
- A game designed to be played in the distant future — Inspired by ancient board games like Mancala.
- An attempt to draw All the buildings in New York