Chess set from Man Ray
The chess set from Man Ray for Klein & More consists of 32 game pieces and a game board. The designer Man Ray was himself an avid chess player, and in the 1920s he dispensed with the traditional shape of the pieces. Instead, he played with the pure geometric forms of Euclid, which were understood by the Dadaists as the "ideal forms". The chessboard also combines classical geometry with a revolutionary design.