I am comparing my aesthetic mainly to cubism and Italian Futurism due to the blocky shape and individual components of my design. I decided to include abstract impressionism to contrast my design because my design isn’t free flowing and I would consider it the opposite.
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This is a fun idea for a family game. You could always try to laser-cut or etch the wood in an italian theme. Have you determined the dimensions for this game yet?
I like your idea for creating a board game that gives off a cubism and Italian futurism aesthetic. You could use specific Italian characters or images too if you wanted to take it a step further.