The 'Fall' Game by the Canadian Design Team Tests Balance Skills

By: Jessica Marcel - Published: Oct 30, 2009 • References: coroflot & aedii.qc
Mobiles are a brilliant way to add an artistic flair to any space. Moving dynamic art has now been turned into the Fall game by students of industrial design at the University of Montreal.

The Fall game provides pieces that can be combined to create different mobiles, all with an autumnal theme. Balance skills superior to even the best Jenga player would come in handy here, since every addition changes the weight distribution. The Fall game is constructed from maple, and was designed as a toy for teenagers.

Photos courtesy of Felix Martin, Audrey Meunier, and Samuel Bernier, the student artists behind the Fall design. Stats for DIY Teen Mobiles Trending: Older & Chilly
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