TheGoodLife! Dominoes

Professional-weight, hand-painted bones made in collaboration with GoodWoodNYC

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Representing a community of photographers, writers and other creatives, NYC-based boutique creative agency TheGoodLife! curates content, events and campaigns for both established and fledgling companies. As part of their constant quest to bring this “Family” together, principals Craig Wetherby and Tim Brodhagen looked to one of their favorite pastimes, dominoes, for inspiration. In addition to their latest event series, “Family Dinner x Domino Night” at Brooklyn’s Meatball Shop, they’ve released their second set of bones, TheGoodLife! Pro Series Deluxe Domino Set.

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Made of black acetate in professional regulation size and weight, each hand-painted domino is laser-etched with TheGoodLife! insignia and bisected with a brass pin for spinning. The 28 tiles come housed in a custom wood box designed and made by hand in Brooklyn by GoodWoodNYC. The ultra simple, sturdy box features brass hardware and a matching laser-etched logo on the exterior.


Hidden inside the box’s false bottom are three storage compartments properly sized to hold a custom TheGoodLife!-branded pencil and pad by Canvas Society, a TheGoodLife! lighter and extra room for, perhaps, one’s “game enhancer” of choice.

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The limited edition comprises 50 sets, which are available directly through GoodWoodNYC for $100. For the leisure player looking for something a bit richer, TheGoodLife! released a hand-cut wooden dominoes set earlier this spring, priced at $250. To learn more about TheGoodLife! and the Brooklyn-based “Family Dinner x Domino Night” reach out directly online.

For a closer look at TheGoodLife! dominoes set see the slideshow.

Images by Graham Hiemstra