A creative, collaborative game for art lovers featuring 150 works from renowned collector and philanthropist Agnes Gund's never-before-published private collection. Feast your eyes and exercise your brains as you are challenged to come up with the art card that best expresses the prompt given by the designated Storyteller. Featuring art made by both famous names and newer stars (with over half of the works made by women artists and over a third by artists of colour) this fun and informative game is a great way to learn more about art, imagination and each other.
For 4 players or more.
Recommended age range: 8+.
Includes 150 full-colour cards, a 122 page booklet detailing the rules and details of each artwork included, 16 red tokens and a prompt card
Box measures 12.1 x 17.1 cm.
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