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Author Topic: Artistes Miserables - a Kickstarter card game making fun of misery and art  (Read 128 times)


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This caught my attention. It looks fun. Artistes Miserables is a card game about playing a 19th century painter desperately trying to die impoverished so their work becomes famous after their death. Of course, while you're trying to ensure your painter's total misery, the other players are trying to cheer you up and get your art sold! I like the concept of mocking the "suffering artist" concept and renaming famous art with new memes looks fun too.