The following project can be presented as a useful visual reference which lays out the different possibilities that industrial printing provides. The visual universe of the board game grants us the diversity in shapes and colors necessary to explore the intricacies of this printing technique. Our file contains five layers which correspond to five colors (silver, red, green, blue) and one varnish. Each layer is composed of different graphic components which, when joined on the same page, lock together or become overprinted, creating different rhythms within the master composition. The colorfulness, compositional simplicity, and depth makes the project an ideal tool for understanding this method of printing, even for novices. We would like to communicate the point to which the graphic designer can be involved in the printing process as well as the design process, and the richness that knowledge of the printing process can give to a project.Beside the question of color, we also explored the question of ornament and structure. We started off by creating a grid that we all shared, then we divided up the space between each contributor. Each person then filled in the space with very simple compositions that could potentially work with all the others. The underlying structure, as with that of a font or of architecture, was then covered or filled in with different visual explorations, be they optical, three-dimensional according to the tastes of each of the contributors.Having had the very fast-paced experience of this short project was a learning experienced unto itself. As last year students and future designers, we were glad to be able to partake in a common project which taught us about the final stage of the design process, printing. This object is for kids and adults, 7 to 77 years old.