This think-outside-the-box game is a creativity catalyst for all ages. Players reach in the bag and pluck out discs depicting all manner of seemingly unrelated things - a tiny teapot, a vintage compass, a plastic lobster - then place the disks on the round game board and try to come up with the most compelling relationships between the objects, be it aesthetic, literal, or just plain silly. There are no wrong answers, just unexpected connections and possibilities that are sure to tickle the imagination. With a quirky and colourful package, this all-ages social game generates non-judgemental creative conversation that will engage families and friends for hours as they discover unexpected connections between the objects - and themselves.
Lea Redmond is a creative consultant and the brains behind The World's Smallest Post Service, one of many ongoing projects she curates. Since 2008, she has been setting up her miniature post service in cafes and shops, transcribing tiny letters for passersby. She makes and sends thousands of tiny letters through her website, www.worldssmallestpostservice.com.