P e r u k e   G a m e s

 

Acrylic discs with added stickers became the first realised game.

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We initially trialled 3 games before settling on the Peruke format. The first idea for the game involved numbered dice.

These were the first attempts at using discs.

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Classic tobacco tins were chosen to package the game

The game of Peruke was developed as a collaboration between artists

James Gillham and Mark Littlewood.

 

  "We wanted to develop a game that would be fun to play

  but that could also incorporate and encourage ideas from

  critical, conceptual and political theories."

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The name Peruke came from a reference to the concept of 'La Perruque' from the book The Practice of Everyday Life by Michel de Certeau.

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The logo was produced for the tin.

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The first series of acrylic sets were produced and sold.

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Acrylic discs with holes were then developed......

.... and then FSC certified birch ply discs & inlay,

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