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Cards Against Humanity at the Water Tower

Cards Against Humanity opened a design exhibition inside the Historic Water Tower in Chicago. The exhibition showcases how the game grew from a hobby project into a successful small business. Their strangest pranks, publicity stunts, and charity campaigns are all on display in the gallery, which is free and open to the public. The gallery was curated by Cards Against Humanity designers Amy Schwartz, Max Temkin, Lauren Gallagher, and Sarah Gardner. Among the pieces on display are an early prototype of Cards Against Humanity cards, actual poop from the Black Friday promotion, and an original Picasso painting that Cards Against Humanity purchased for fans.

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