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CLOCKWORK QUACKINGTON Playing Cards. God Save the Ducky!

Stephen W. Brandt (Swabbed Decks) began in early 2019 his original series of Clockwork decks in which high doses of imagination went through the mechanism of a clock to create very animated cards. Now the talented illustrator presents the funniest of his creations so far: CLOCKWORK: QUACKINGTON.     If the previous decks produced under his…

CLOCKWORK LA VILLE LUMIERE Playing Cards. Art Nouveau clock in motion

One of the most successful card designs by Stephen W. Brandt (Swabbed Decks) was the Clockwork Empire City deck. After its distribution a few days ago, the positive feedback on the result have led the artist to revisit the concept and launch a new campaign: CLOCKWORK LA VILLE LUMIERE. Produced under the new seal fig. 23, this…

CAPRICORN Playing Cards. The first of a series of 12 zodiac, multicultural and animated decks

Although it wasn’t the first time he designed playing cards, Stephen W. Brandt (Swabbed Decks) broke in mid-2018 into the world of playing cards crowdfunding with his personal and imaginative style in the Halloween deck. Along last months Stephen has learned a lot about this convulse business and has not stopped offering new and interesting…

CLOCKWORK EMPIRE CITY Playing Cards. The deck and the passage of time

After Halloween deck and Wonderland and Looking Glass decks,  Stephen W. Brandt (Swabbed Decks) has launched a new deck with his own style but with a very original concept: CLOCKWORK EMPIRE CITY. The imagination of the artist is in the service of a different deck, with an aesthetic that reminds a lot his previous works in…

DIABOLIQUE ENGINES Playing Cards. Two artists together with common gears

Two artists have teamed in a project to make their own interpretation of the same theme: DIABOLIQUE ENGINES.     Steven Fields and Greg Brown (Two Geeks Gaming) have made on playing cards their own interpretation of clockwork with gears and pulleys. Steven’s deck is called “GLOW” and has a geometric structure design. Despite its monochromatic…