Erin Ridgeway


There are so many versions of Monopoly in existence that not even the internet can count them all. But somehow, there is not yet an official Brandcenter edition. Which is crazy, because Brandcenter is a lot like Monopoly: it's fun at first, then it gets fiercely competitive, then it starts to feel like it will never end, and finally someone gets drunk and flips the board over in a fit of rage and storms out of the room.

And that's why I'm not allowed to play Monopoly anymore.

Game pieces reflect the things that are near and dear to the hearts of Brandcenter students.

Houses and hotels have been replaced with Lions and Pencils. Because who needs real estate when you have awards?

Choose a Chance or Check Email card to determine your fate.

Properties mirror real-world locations where you'll find Brandcenter students working, creating, and expressing themselves through the twin powers of alcohol and interpretive dance.

In advertising, there are no rules. In Brandcenteropoly, there are lots of them.

You play with fake money. Just like real life.

Do not pass go. Do not collect $200.

Brandcenteropoly comes with everything you see here. BYOB.

Art Director, 3-D Printer Wrangler, Craftsperson and Possible Wizard: Lauren Albee