Reimagining Pass the Bomb, Hare & Tortoise and Wembley

Reimagining Pass the Bomb, Hare & Tortoise and Wembley
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Our Product Development team have joined forces with Reigate School of Art on an exciting new project. We have worked with the Reigate School of Art on projects for the last 3 years and have seen some excellent work produced by the students, including using some of their illustrations in our Piecing Together range of puzzles for people living with dementia.

 

 

This year we set the students a new challenge, asking them to redesign one of our most popular games; either Pass the Bomb, Hare & Tortoise or Wembley.

 

 

It’s important that the students both work as a team while also exploring their own style and interests as an artist.

 

Our Head of Product Development, Emily, is delighted about the new collaboration: “The games we've asked them to reimagine have been in our range for many years,” she says. “It's really exciting to be getting a range of new ideas and perspectives on them.”

 

Emily and Demi giving the brief to the students of Reigate School of Art

This project provides a great insight into the type of job the students might go into after the graduate. It’s an exciting opportunity for them to delve into their creative side and gain a real understanding for product development.

 

At the end of January, the students presented their version of the games. If you're interested in seeing what the students created, make sure to follow both Reigate School of Art and Gibsons on social media!

 

The Reigate School of Art accounts are:

Facebook: @Reigate School of Art

Twitter: @REISchoolofArt

Instagram: @reischoolofart

 

Gibsons social media accounts are:

Facebook: @Gibsons

Twitter: @Gibsons_puzzles / @gibsons_games

Instagram: @gibsons_puzzles

 

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