By now, the cards of the award-winning storytelling game Dixit have elicited far more than a thousand words. You yourself might have gone on journeys led by images of genies, ghosts, and toys come alive. Or perhaps you delved deep into shared memories, recalling when you played video games for a whole day, celebrated Christmas with a new family member, danced outside in the snow, or went on your first candlelit dinner date.
Now, Dixit: Revelations invites you to go beyond what you see at first glance and discover what lies hidden between—or hidden by—the lines. Featuring art by the French illustrator Marina Coudray, Dixit: Revelations looks utterly unlike any Dixit expansion that has preceded it. Coudray’s mysterious and enchanting images are heavily influenced by early twentieth century design, from the Art Deco movement to Surrealism, even while they convey stories and ideas that may be millennia old. In her art you’ll find echoes of Picasso, Magritte, Matisse, Escher, Greek myth, Indian religion, pop music, internet memes, and much, much more.