This set of Geo Pattern Dominoes features geometric compositions inspired by Cubist art and high-contrast color pairings influenced by Abstract Modernism. To play, match up the colorful geometric patterns to create a formation of dominoes. The result is a beautiful mosaic of shapes and vivid colors. Geo Pattern Dominoes encourage dexterity, and are fun for both young and old. This set includes 28 color-pattern domino pieces stored in a wooden box with instructions. The dominoes and the box are made from sustainably grown rubberwood. Ages 3+.
Box measures 1.75h x 8.75w x 8.75"d. Each domino piece measures 0.4h x 2w x 1.2"d.
Geo Pattern Dominoes were designed by Panisa Khunprasert, whose work is influenced by her experiences growing up in her family’s toy business in Thailand. After graduating with an MFA in Product Design from The School of Visual Arts in New York, Khunprasert returned to the family business where she now works as a toy and game designer.
Box: 1.75h x 8.75w x 8.75"d Domino piece: 0.4h x 2w x 1.2"d
Year of Design
Adults,Kids - 5 and up,Preschool,Teens
Designer Panisa Khunprasert is from Bangkok, Thailand where she studied industrial design at Chulalongkorn University. Her design aesthetic has been influenced by growing up in her family’s toy business, and many of her early projects focused on children’s learning and playing experiences. She later moved to New York City where she attended The School of Visual Arts. She graduated with an MFA in the school’s Products of Design program, where she collaborated with MoMA on designs, and continues to design products for our store today.
“My father was very hands-on in his creative process and he began encouraging me to draw and make things when I was very young. I grew up playing with unfinished prototypes, broken toys and cardboard models in his office.”
“Dominoes is a classic game for both children and adults, so I wanted to break away from numeric dominoes and create something visually fun and universal. The set is not only meant to be a game of dominoes—the patterns can be used for composing and decorating.”
“New York City has been the city of my dreams since I was little, because I wanted to follow in my father’s footsteps of studying and working here. Once you are in this city, you inevitably get inspired by its vibrant art and design scene—and its energy.”