In this card game, players assemble fragments of haiku to represent famous works of art.
27 Haiku is many things: a game, a tool to strengthen creativity and aesthetic judgement, a portable collection of fine art, and a work of experimental literature, among others.
When playing the game, players compete to arrange fragments of poems into one of 74,088 possible haiku; the winner of each round is the player whose composition most beautifully represents a particular famous work of visual art.
Sometimes these haiku are poignant; sometimes they teach lessons; sometimes they are beautiful; sometimes they are morbid; and sometimes they are merely brilliant, evocative nonsense; but they are all thought-provoking jewels to discover and treasure.
Why buy this?
Combine cards to create 74,088 unique poems
Striking artwork of Van Gogh, Hokusai, Rembrandt, and more
Includes haiku written by Basho, Kikaku, and other masters