Everyone's favorite offensive party game Cards Against Humanity has recently released a new special deck that's by and for artists. The Cards Against Humanity Design Pack was created in collaboration with the Chicago Design Museum. The pack features 30 fully-illustrated cards by renowned graphic designers and is based on George Carlin's famous "Seven Words You Can't Say on Television." One hundred percent of proceeds from pack sales go directly to the Chicago Design Museum.
Cards Against Humanity creator Max Temkin told Fast Company, "The idea for the Design Pack came from a conversation I had with the founder of the Chicago Design Museum, Tanner Woodford. He was telling me about the struggle to make this new kind of community museum sustainable, and I was talking about how much I wanted to do an 'Artists' Edition' of Cards Against Humanity, and it just sort of clicked that this would be a great partnership." Temkin and Woodford then tapped their favorite graphic designers to contribute to the project; almost everyone they asked said yes.
The final line-up of designers who are featured in the Design Pack are Laura Park, Shawna X, Chad Kouri, Susan Kare, Yann Legendre, Paula Scher, Jay Ryan, Mike McQuade, Paul Octavious, Erik Spiekermann, Max Temkin, Debbie Millman, Art Paul, Simon Whybray, Mike Mitchell, Scott Thomas, Matthew Terdich, Jez Burrows, Jason Polan, Jessica Hische, Cody Hudson, Nick Adam, Matthew Hoffman, Magdalena Wistuba + Anna Mort, Eric Hu, Olly Moss, Tanner Woodford, Milton Glaser, and Sonnenzimmer.
The Design Pack cards are $10 and can be bought here.
Via: Fast Company