OuiSi Getty Images: Games of Visual Connection 4yrs+, 10yrs+, all ages
I see. You see. OuiSi The Getty! OuiSi x Getty is a set of 210 Visually Connecting Photo Cards that celebrate the beauty of the collection found at the J. Paul Getty Museum. Each Photo Card captures a beautiful detail of an artwork or artifact. 210 works are waiting discovery and through play, from Van Gogh's Irises to works found in the deepest corners of the collection. To add a bit of magic, each Photo Card "matches" visually with many others in the set based on similar patterns, shapes and colors. Thousands of these Visual Connections are waiting to be found, each offering a delightful "aha!" moment. The Photo Cards can be enjoyed at home or in the classroom. Or, grab a handful and head to the Getty Center or Getty Villa! The Guidebook has a bunch of ways you can explore ANY museum through play, igniting curiosity and creativity.
Each lush photo card connects visually with other photo cards in the deck, based on similar patterns, shapes, colors - really, anything you can imagine. Thousands of visual connections are waiting to be found, each providing a wonderful "aha!" moment.
On top of the 210 lush, 3”x3” extra-thick nature photo cards (like stacks of polaroids), you’ll find inside OuiSi Nature:
- Instructions for ten creative activities designed for artistic exploration and critical thinking. Playable solo or collaboratively (ages 4+).
- Instructions for two competitive games that demand visual acuity and strategic thinking (ages 10+).
- Instructions for two mindfulness activities (age 4+) that foster a sense of presence and connectedness whether at home, at work or in the classroom.
- A guide to open-ended play.
Suffice to say, OuiSi Nature is packed with hours and hours of play and discovery.
On the back of each photo card you'll find a QR code and a card number. Simply scan the QR code with your phone or tablet (or visit our Nature page and enter the number). From there you will be guided to a OuiSi page dedicated to the photo card where players can learn more about the nature depicted (including the full-blown photo).