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04 October
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ALIS LUMINIS Playing Cards. The winged deck that emerges from nature

Ritu and Bivas are a lovely couple and a fantastic and creative work team based in India. Together they created Old Gravity to offer their customers high quality digital art and photo retouching services. Now they begin a venture in card design with ALIS LUMINIS. Nature, fantasy and mythology are just some of the sources of inspiration for this deck that involves the work of more than a year and a half of illustration work and thorough composition. The artist…

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31 May
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GAIA Playing cards. The most natural beauty

Mother Earth, Nature and the ability to self-regulate and remain immutable (despite our constant attempts to destroy it) is the inspiration for this beautiful deck: GAIA.     The idea of life on our planet as something that co-evolves with the environment to maintain the balance was interpreted by James Lovelock in 1969 through his GAIA hypothesis. This connection between the elements of nature is the source of inspiration for a talented young English artist, Ben Sinclair, who has made, with…

13 May
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Relaunch of JACK IN THE GREEN Playing Cards. A deck with vivid and quite natural colors

Nic Carter launched some months ago a colorful deck inspired by the mythological nature and the seasons. The campaign was cancelled and he has decided to relaunch it without changes in the design but with a lower funding goal: JACK IN THE GREEN.     Each suit in the deck represents a different season of the year in which the court cards show different reversible jacks (with different faces depending on the orientation), one per season, and gods and goddesses of different…

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04 April
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Jack in the Green Playing Cards. Nature and mythology full of color

Nic Carter is an artist with a taste for colorful. After creating Vivido, a beautiful and extravagant deck, he now launches JACK IN THE GREEN, inspired by the mythological nature and the seasons.     Each suit in the deck represents a different season of the year in which the court cards show different reversible jacks (with different faces depending on the orientation), one per season, and gods and goddesses of different European and Asian mythologies, from Persephone , Frigga,…