BICYCLE SPIDER playing cards. The fateful meeting of poison and silk
Ladybugs, bees, dragonflies, ants, centipedes, butterflies, grasshoppers, scorpions and snails… Will Roya’s (PlayingCardsDecks.com) has been filling our playing card collections with bugs for over two years now… He just released the new deck designed by Artur Rajch, and inspired by animals that arouse likes and dislikes: BICYCLE SPIDER.
Spiders are not insects, but arthropods, since they have four pairs of legs, they do not have wings nor antennae. These bugs that some adore and most fear for their poisonous activity, star in the tenth deck of the series dedicated to critters. White backgrounds decorated with spider webs frame the card faces, in a classic black and red color scheme.
The court cards show the same characters from the previous decks, which have been adapted to the colors of the rest of the deck.
Two editions of the deck have been made, with the same faces and different tuck cases and backs that keep the same color combination.
Like in the rest of the series, the deck includes two gaff cards for card magic (double face and double back).
The cards have been printed by the USPCC with the traditional cut and air cushion finish in a limited edition of 1000 decks of each color.
Only 200 units of each deck have just been available since the rest have been sent to the members of the Pip Box Club and other distributors. You can get them in a set or individually.
Also, to celebrate the launch, during this weekend, you will be able to buy the set of the two decks with a discount of $6 on PlayingCardDecks.com website. Take advantage to get some more decks from its extensive catalog.