CYBERNUDE Playing Cards. A deck for adults full of mysteries to unravel

While his Bicycle Las Vegas project is being completed, artistic and creative director Gary Ljamin (Gamble Art) is already working and revealing the first details of his next deck. There is still very little information but here are the first images of what will be his next campaign: CYBERNUDE.

CYBERNUDE explores a future universe, which finds its inspiration in video games such as Cyberpunk 2077, of which Gary is a big fan and which is also inspired by the tabletop role-playing game Cyberpunk 2020. This way, the cyberpunk theme is combined with a high erotic content.

Conceived as a story for adults, the world of Cybernude also combines that dark, dangerous and forbidden atmosphere where power, glamor and physical transformation are the main obsession of its characters. At the moment, the only image that Gamble Art has shared on their networks is this one with some of the court cards, but they promise a deck full of beautiful girls, neon lights, and unrealistically cool female body upgrades in the design.



Given the explicit content of these designs, I understand that the USPCC will not print this deck so it is possible that the printing will be made by Cartamundi.

In addition to the cards, an interesting (and almost futuristic) add-on is offered: a non-fungible token (NFT). These types of non-fungible items have been a revolution in the world of digital artistic expression due to their ability to provide proof of authenticity and ownership of the work. This NFT token will allow his owner to receive for life all-new cards that Gamble Art produces. Only 13 of these tokens will be offered exclusively in the campaign so, if you’re interested on it, you should keep alert.



Without a doubt, this is a new and original proposal at a time when originality is a great added value in playing card projects. If you like the idea, I suggest you follow Gamble Art on any of their social networks (Facebook and Instagram) as they will be revealing new information data before the final launch next month.

Good luck!