Charles and Ray Eames left few stones unturned in their pioneering design career, applying their creative talents to furniture, films, books, and even children’s toys. Small House of Cards, from 1952, is the first set in the duo’s beloved House of Cards series. The 54 cards in the deck feature brightly colored images of what the Eameses called the “good stuff,” chosen to celebrate “familiar and nostalgic objects from the animal, vegetable, and mineral kingdoms.” By interlocking the cards together, the player can build towering 3D structures of various shapes and sizes.
Not suitable for children under the age of 3. Includes 54 cards. Each card measures 2.37” x 3.75”. Each card features 6 slots so it can be interlocked together with other cards.