Once upon a time, on a moonlit night, in a land where myths and legends danced beneath starry skies, a group of creators, deeply passionate about classic literature and the art of storytelling, embarked on a magical adventure: ARABIAN NIGHTS. FC Designs, a team of talented Spanish illustrators, has previously enchanted us with projects like […]
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In a city veiled by mist, where time seems to have halted centuries ago, four secret societies known as “The Masked” gather in a decadent mansion hidden among the shadows. Each society possesses a unique and ancient power, carefully guarded throughout the ages, and they all share a dark purpose: to maintain the balance of […]
Stephen W. Brandt (Swabbed Decks) has been able to elevate playing card design to a whole new and original level. Each deck has become a mini flip book, where drawings come together to create an illusion of movement when rapidly flipping the cards. The result is a visually captivating experience that delights both players and spectators. […]
A few months after its last deck, Gambler’s Warehouse immerses us in a world of timeless beauty, paying homage to tradition and enveloping us in an aura of elegance with its new campaign: PRESTIGE RADIANT. PRESTIGE RADIANT is a collection that embodies sophistication and exquisite craftsmanship. The cards feature custom designs that exude an atmosphere […]
Just over two years ago, PlayingCardDecks.com celebrated their fourth anniversary with the release of the Runes deck. Now, thanks to the success of that first edition, they have just released BICYCLE RUNES v2. This deck is inspired by the Elder Futhark, the oldest runic alphabet used by Germanic tribes between the 3rd and 8th centuries and […]
Over the last few years we have witnessed an interesting series of reproductions of old decks, the result of the collaboration between Will Roya (PlayingCardsDecks.com) and Azured-Ox. Now, they offer us a new release that will not disappoint anyone: ACKERMAN BARLETT 1818. In 1833, Caleb Barlett published in New York what is considered the first transformation […]
The wait is over! My dear friends from Old Gravity, Ritu and Bivas, return with a new edition of the acclaimed Entwined series. This time, they immerse us in the magical atmosphere of winter with their latest release: ENTWINED: WINTER. Building on the success of the previous Summer and Fall releases, this third volume promises […]
Crop circles have captivated the imagination of humanity, leaving us pondering their origins—deception or evidence of celestial visitors? This cultural phenomenon has intrigued scientists, mystics, and ufologists alike, with interpretations ranging from ancient forces to extraterrestrial contact. Now, a collaboration between renowned artist Milan Colovic, creator of the Asylum deck, and Max Playing Cards, invites […]
Eneida is a poem written in 1798 as a parody of the well-known Aeneid by Virgil, where the Ukrainian writer Ivan Kotliarevsky transformed the heroes of Troy into Zaporizhia Cossacks. The author was probably inspired by Catherine the Great’s destruction in 1975 of Zaporizhia, a region sadly known for its constant attacks, its nuclear power […]