This job brief was pretty simple, allowing my creative eye, recycled material passion and my hot-glue gun to go nuts. As part of a series of street- based games, demos and activities to educate public on South Auckland’s new council waste and recycling program, The Open Fort planned a tabletop-based game with a recycled aesthetic, where the player drives a tiny Radio controlled rubbish bin full of tokens.“..make us the little buildings the players had to drop things off at in the little remote control bin game. ..’Home’, the Supermarket, the Recycling Plant and the Tip”. And part 2 of the brief, for their collapsible outdoor ‘home kitchen’.. “-A life sized cardboard toaster- A life sized cardboard kettle “. Great! I love cardboard... bring on the cardboard construction!
And props to The Open Fort for their awesome ideas! Check them out: https://www.facebook.com/theopenfort/