Record cover as board game

Author: Colin | Published: 30/1/10




Stefan got in touch recently with a rather wonderful design he’d done with his friend Thomas:

It’s based around a gatefold vinyl that doubles as a submarine-themed board game. The cd booklet is a fold-out game board too with a different layout. Rules are on the back of the cd/gatefold and player markers are on promotional postcards or you can make your own.
We did the whole thing as a hand-made stencil painting and invented the rules over a bottle of whiskey one evening.

More pics and a video here: ramastudio.dk/peace%20boat/


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