‘Error Trump’: A Playing Card Set Displaying Windows Errors Exists – Design You Trust

‘Error Trump’: A Playing Card Set Displaying Windows Errors Exists

Japanese artist Monya has created and launched a set of ‘Error Trump’ playing cards. The cards are designed with errors that are all too familiar for people who have used Windows XP.

At the back of each card contains information about the number, such as ‘Joker’. It also asks the player to visit Wikipedia to find more information about the number. You can purchase the set for 2000JPY (~$18.89USD).

“I made a playing card set that would create a ‘deadly atmosphere’ the more they spread.”

More: Error Playing Cards, Twitter h/t: 9gag






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