Build works with award-winning pupils on Pics-Pins game

Build has worked with a team of pupils from Trinity School in Lewisham to develop the Pics-Pins game, which is going on sale in the Design Museum’s Shop.

The Pics-Pins game
The Pics-Pins game

The Consequences-style game was announced earlier this year as the winner of the museum’s Design Ventura Prize and will be sold with all profits going to the charity CATS – the Cure and Treatment of Tay Sachs Disease – which was chosen by the youngsters.

After winning the competition in February, the pupils worked with Build to refine and develop the game.

Original Pics-Pins designs, created by pupils from Trinity School in Lewisham
Original Pics-Pins designs, created by pupils from Trinity School in Lewisham

Each set of Pics-Pins contains three badges featuring a section of a famous London landmark: Big Ben, the Shard, BT Tower and Nelson’s Column. These can be interchanged to create new buildings.

Making new buildings with Pics-Pins
Making new buildings with Pics-Pins

The game is now being sold in the Design Museum Shop priced at £4 a pack or £6 for two packs

Latest articles

The biggest product launches of 2017

We look at some of the most exciting product design stories from this year, including a reincarnated version of the Nokia 3310 handset, a touchscreen projector from Sony and a smart