The Story of Seinfeld’s Festivus and 20+ Festivus-Related Products.

The Story of Festivus

Festivus, The Holiday For The Rest Of Us“, comes from the tenth episode of the ninth and final season of the NBC sitcom Seinfeld. Named “The Strike“, it was the 166th episode of the long running series and aired on December 18, 1997. This was the episode that featured and popularized the late Jerry Stiller and the Holiday of Festivus. So much so, that new products continue to honor the TV-born Holiday whose fans and followers continue to grow. (more…)

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Versions of Monopoly You Won’t Believe Exist – Part II

versions of monopoly part II

Yesterday I shared with you over 60 versions of Monopoly inspired by Pop Culture. Movie, Live Action TV and Celebrity versions as well as uniquely branded editions and Automotive editions. (more…)

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Test Your Typeface and Brand Knowledge With Two Cool Memory Games

The Quick Brown Fox Jumps Over the Lazy Dog is a Typeface Memory Game based on the classic game of matching two images. (more…)

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A Monopoly Makeover By Artist and Designer Matthew Hollet.

Monopoly makeover

Unlike the modernization of the original MONOPOLY board game by Hasbro, MONOPOLY REVOLUTION, ONOPO is a conceptual re-imagining of the iconic American board game by visual artist and web designer Matthew Hollet. (more…)

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Hyper Realistic Paintings of Vintage Board Games; Tape, Tears and All.

realistic paintings of vintage board games

At first glance, these look like old board games one might find on ebay, complete with frayed corners and masking tape holding them together. But look a little closer and you’ll see that they are incredibly realistic paintings of vintage board games by Missouri based artist Tim Liddy. (more…)

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