These backgammon boards made in 2008/2009 by Ara Peterson and his father Jack are ridiculously cool. They were part of Ara’s 2009 exhibit at Ratio 3, Turns Into Stone.
60 Minutes attempts to strike fear into American parents.
An all-cardboard arcade… this kid’s got to get up with Tom Sachs. Beautiful story about the power of imagination out of East L.A..
Mad Men: The Game by The Fine Bros.
One of those Choose Your Own Adventure Youtube games… a nice way to kill some time.
This past Friday in an intimate gathering on the Sunset Terrace at Mondrian South Beach over a year’s worth of hard work came to fruition. Collaborating with my talented friends The Principals, we introduced a set of dominoes, made by hand in Brooklyn, NY out of bronze. Over hours of drinks, we played until the sun set and the darkness finally pushed us out. A big thank you goes out to the Morgans Hotel Group who accommodated us on this special occasion. Look for something even more special from the both of us in the coming week but, for now, we hope you enjoy the Bronze Bones.
Until the Friday before Christmas, we’ll be posting one product a day to help make the holiday the most gifted one yet
The second edition of these playing cards is a blue deck in an edition of 666. ($20)
Harold Owens III 1st Place 1A 2011 USA National YoYo Contest
“an addictive, beat-fueled action puzzle game for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.”
Honoring NYC’s artistic royalty with a “custom deck of casino quality playing cards, a THINGS! score pad, hand-painted pencil, and canvas carrying case.”