Untitled Playing Cards represents the fluid nature of our art. A distinct color palette, within different shapes, leads you into the abstract world.
Printed by the USPCC using their premium crushed stock, traditionally cut. Custom one-way design, Jokers, and Ace of Spades. Spade pips altered at random to include the back design for a striking contrast. Limited edition of 2,500. No reprints -- once they're gone, that's it.
"I've always had a fascination with abstract art, it's raw and unconventional. I really wanted to portray that in this deck. Untitled Playing Cards offers a freedom from constraint, pursue your creativity."
- Adam Borderline
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Absinthe - the Green Fairy of spirits, has long been associated with the bohemian lifestyle, with famous drinkers including Picasso, Van Gogh, Hemingway, Oscar Wilde and Toulouse-Lautrec.
These cards embody the allure of the emerald drink, the hallucinogenic haze, sugar crystals in the night, the Ace of Spades modelled after the filigree of the absinthe spoon. With its heavy embossing and text that pokes fun at itself, even the box appears to have had a few drinks.
Originally printed for the Prohibition Box Set, the Absinthe Version 2 deck has been tweaked slightly to keep the integrity in design, whilst also allowing you to own more than one deck, without having to buy multiple Prohibition sets. This deck is too cool for display, it has to be shown off...
Based on vintage Las Vegas casino playing cards, Cherry Casino Playing Cards pay homage to the classics of Sin City. Like Jerry’s Nuggets or Wynns, the Cherries back design is a simple, symmetrical back, perfect for card games and magic performances alike. With an idea conceived by Sam Devins and illustrated by Franky Morales,
The difference with the first edition (in the tuck case) is easy to find. This version has a white box instead of the beige of the first edition. Furthermore, the back of the tuck case shows a borderless design.