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Take A Tour Inside Louis Vuitton’s Luxury Game Case [Video]

Take A Tour Inside Louis Vuitton’s Luxury Game Case [Video]
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This surreal trip inside a game case features graphic compositions featuring the many board games that the fashion retailer offers.

Emma Hutchings
  • 6 june 2012

‘All Aboard Games’ is a video created by Paris-based Ill Studio that presents “the fantastic and surrealist voyage inside a Louis Vuitton game case.” The animation is about the universe of games, including how they pass the time and evolve from one move to the next in different systems of transition. Its graphic compositions feature the many board games that Louis Vuitton offers down to the iconic Damier print created in 1888 recalling the pattern of a chess board. You can check out the video below:

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