UNO, everyone’s favorite card game, has in recent years become “unplayable”. Not because it is bad. It is because it has become a collectible item – thanks to a series of super cool collab UNO cards Mattel has introduced. Speaking of which, yes, there is going to be a new collab UNO, this time, it …
Mattel is super serious about making the UNO deck a thing to collect. Joining Rick and Morty, the 50th Anniversary Premium Card set and more in the growing list of UNO that you do not want to play with is the UNO x A Bathing Ape.
If the UNO x Shepard Fairey Card Set piques your interest, then it is safe to say you are a collector of UNO card set and less of a UNO player. Even if you are avid UNO player who also appreciate art, this latest UNO variation should appeal to you too.
UNO, the American shedding-type card game, is never associated with ‘premium’ or being ‘classy’ (perhaps, UNO Minimalista is an exception?). Makes sense, after all, it is a card game designed with family and kids in mind.
Can UNO ever be sleek? Well, as it turns out, it actually can. Folks, meet the UNO Minimalista. It is the same ol’ card game you have known, but in the most minimalistic way, design speaking, possible.