With a background in architecture, Jason Haynes loves design and playing cards, and in his travels he likes to visit old castles to imagine how noble people lived their lives, including their card games. This way, he came to his new design: NOBLE DECK.
NOBLE designs are inspired by the traditional playing cards but with a touch of his own distinction highborn. Classic colors have softened in a much smoother and elegant palette. Despite being very familiar for having kept the original faces, the ornamental elements have been redesigned and new and more stylized indexes and suits have been incorporated.
The artist has worked on different proposals for three years to get his own version of a classic deck and the result is a classy and playable set of playing cards.
Gold and black stand out in the intricate and richly detailed back and also in the tuck case that, with funds enough, will have all the extras such as embossing and gold foil.
The deck will be printed by the USPCC in a limited edition which will also be manually signed and numbered in the seal by the artist himself; an interesting detail for collectors.
There is a white edition waiting to be unlocked and whose details will be revealed later. The campaign is close to be funded so, if you like this deck, visit the project website and raise your pledge.