Acrylic discs with added stickers became the first realised game.
We initially trialled 3 games before settling on the Peruke format. The first idea for the game involved numbered dice.
These were the first attempts at using discs.
Classic tobacco tins were chosen to package the game
The game of Peruke was developed as a collaboration between artists
James Gillham and Mark Littlewood.
"We wanted to develop a game that would be fun to play
but that could also incorporate and encourage ideas from
critical, conceptual and political theories."
The name Peruke came from a reference to the concept of 'La Perruque' from the book The Practice of Everyday Life by Michel de Certeau.
The logo was produced for the tin.
The first series of acrylic sets were produced and sold.
Acrylic discs with holes were then developed......
.... and then FSC certified birch ply discs & inlay,