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The Quick Brown Fox Jumps Over the Lazy Dog - Cards.

A typeface memory game, designed by ps.2 in collaboration with BIS Publishers from the Netherlands.

"A typeface memory game. With twenty-five pairs of cards, each presenting a different type family, this is a very stylish and interesting typographic concentration game. The kit includes a typographical glossary with the main terms used in typography as well as a text about the evolution of type design, locating in history each one of the fonts used in the game."

The game is available on Amazon.com

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