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ANGELS AND DEMON Playing Cards. The eternal struggle between good and evil

After producing decks with a high graphic quality such as Heroes of the Nations or Ancient Egypt, April GS launch their new creation: ANGELS AND DEMONS. In these decks the artist explores the eternal duality between good and evil with illustrations of a fantastic comic and characters of great visual strength. With completely handmade drawings,…

LLOD’S CARNIVAL Playing Cards. The steampunk and the alien power show

Terry Doll is an imaginative creator dedicated to science fiction writing and game design. In his first foray into playing cards design he offers us a fantastic world that mixes ancestral cultures with the technology of alien civilizations: LLOD’S CARNIVAL. The story behind this interesting deck is played by strange characters dressed in steampunk style…

ANCIENT EGYPT Playing Cards. Beautiful illustrations buried in the sands of the desert

There are recurring themes of inspiration in the playing cards design. Ancient Civilizations have always attracted designers and, among all, Egyptian Culture is perhaps one of the most popular. After their success with the “Heroes of a Nation” decks, April GS launch their new creation: ANCIENT EGYPT Playing Cards.     Designed by Konstantin Sheyco and illustrated…

LORDS AND GODS OF EGYPT Playing Cards. The divine and the earthly in three fantastic decks

The Egyptian Empire and its rich mythology have been the inspiration for all kinds of artistic expressions, including, of course, the playing cards. After the successful campaign with the Star Kings decks, SVI GROUP offers us their new creation: LORDS AND GODS OF EGYPT. This creative group looks for a nice combination of interesting designs…

ROME Playing Cards. Hail, Emperor! those who are about to collect salute you!

My good friend Randy Butterfield (Midnight Card Company) has finally launched the cards in which he has been working during the whole year: ROME Caesar and Antony. ROME is inspired by ancient Rome. and focused on the periods of its first and second triumvirate highlighting two of their most famous protagonists: Julius Caesar and Mark Antony. You can…

BICYCLE OLD PARCHMENT Deck. These playing cards are old, broken and burned… but they are cool!

The Egyptians, more than 4500 years ago, already used thin animal skins to write their documents on. Since then, the parchment has been used in all stages of antiquity becoming a magnificent information support that has lasted until today. Collectable Playing Cards has launched a deck inspired by this ancient canvas: BICYCLE OLD PARCHMENT. Each card…

JAPANESE SCROLLS Playing Cards. Color and tradition of the Japanese culture

A fun and colorful style inspired by ancient civilizations has provided Emmanuel Valtierra with a group of fans that have funded two decks and encouraged him to produce the third one: JAPANESE SCROLLS. After the Aztec world in Aztec Codex and the Egyptian in Glyphs, Emmanuel jumps to another continent to create a unique deck…

Bicycle Mummies Playing Cards. Terrifying Egyptian zombies get out of their coffins

If you are an old friend of Max Playing Cards, you already know that Collectable Playing Cards is one of the most prolific producers of Bicycle decks with a great quantity and variety of titles. They have just released their last creation: Bicycle Mummies. As expected, the deck is inspired by the Ancient Egypt and its darkest…

BICYCLE SCARAB decks. The power of the sacred beetle

I’ve never been a great fun of bugs, but it is true that some of them have had a very important place in the history of some cultures and civilizations. This is the case of the Scarab beetle in the Egyptian culture, a symbol of power and protection, not only for life, but also after death. Inspired…

EGYPTIAN GLYPHS Playing Cards. Colorful pharaohs and gods of antiquity

After successfully fulfilling his Aztec Codex campaign, Emmanuel Valtierra has just released the second deck of the series: EGYPTIAN GLYPHS.     In this second creation, Emmanuel makes his own colorful interpretation of the ancient Egyptian culture. Inspired by the hieroglyphic art, each and every one of the cards looks like a papyrus with its own design. The…

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