Twins Memory Game Match the Twins! by Ester Eijkmans, Agnes Kappert, Maaike Strengholt
  

Synopsis

Twins Memory Game Match the Twins! by Ester Eijkmans, Agnes Kappert, Maaike Strengholt

A new variation to this familiar mind-teaser. The objective in the Twins Memory Game is to find the most sets of identical twins. But be warned: identical twins are not always completely identical! It is fascinating to study the portraits on the cards: you instantly notice the similarities but start searching for the differences.

About the Author

Mieke Gerritzen is founder of NL.Design, an Amsterdam-based design company that produces designs for all media. Mieke has taught multimedia design at the Sandberg Institute and the Rietveld Academy. She designed books, catalogues and posters and has been appointed new director of the Graphic Design Museum in Breda as of January 1, 2009. Koert van Mensvoort is a philosopher, scientist, researcher and artist. He is an assistent Professor at the Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands and co-director of the All-Media foundation, an organisation that researches and visualizes current cultural issues. Among his works are the Datafountain, the TV documentary The Woods smell of Shampoo and the Fake for Real memory game.

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Book Info

Format

Mixed media product
Contains 60 Cards

Author

Ester Eijkmans, Agnes Kappert, Maaike Strengholt
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Publisher

BIS Publishers B.V.

Publication date

19th May 2005

ISBN

9789063691035


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