Nyx Reds Playing Cards springs forth with a premium geometric back design, making your deck quite unique. We composed it as having equilateral triangles, to add more flare to your spins and aerials. These triangles are strategically placed to spin around the center of the card, and therefore around the center of the card's rotation to create a pronounced effect. This also adds to your deck's uniqueness.
The back design features few colors but calls attention to multiple shades of grey. We made sure during the whole process that the red pops out from the rest of the design, giving your flourishes a distinctive look, so you can perform with style.
The faces are left fairly simple, accenting the same shade of red as on the back design. The index is left standard, to easily differentiate the cards if the deck is used for magic or card games. We decided to create all the pips with triangles to support our unique and amazing theme that will supplement your flourishes. Pip placement is fairly standard to facilitate their reading.
The court cards participate in the theme as well, being very geometrical. They are also left simple and minimal to catch eyes without overwhelming the audience.
Nyx Reds is printed by the United States Playing Card Company, with the renowned Air-Cushion finish. This finish will guarantee outstanding handling, so you can perform with total comfort.
Our cards also have a thin card stock, giving you complete control over your cards. Even though our stock is thin, it stays snappy - which everyone likes.
The Antique edition is meant to appear as the original, heavily weathered Indictus deck of the Late Middle Ages. There's plenty of wear and tear in the design to make a really interesting embossing for this one. My aim is to have you feel the weathered condition of the tuck.
KASABIAN Empire (2006 UK promotional-only official Columbia Records manufactured set of playing cards issued in strictly limited quantities with initial orders of the album release, featuring the 'topless lady' album artwork on thereverse of each card, with the complete set housed in a unique picture box!). Contains deck consisting of just the King of Clubs card repeated.
With the band wanting to move on from the previous album's military tinged theme and "explore different aesthetics", the artwork of Empire was inspired by vintage playing cards. According to Tom, they happened to see a deck of cards and "it looked cool." The album and single covers are adapted from Paul-Émile Bécat's Le Florentin, a set of erotic playing cards, and were designed by Andy Hayes. "It just looked amazing," Serge explained. "I loved the colours, the look in his eyes and the way he's holding the girl. They're strange things, playing cards. They have a mad history. The things that have been won and lost through cards is insane." The album sleeve also contains original art by Julie Verhoeven, depicting the four band members and select lyrics
The KING of TIGERS Decks feature a striking and symmetrical pattern that will be printed with shiny materials, resulting in a wild and adventurous final look! The bold Tiger face on the Tucks includes a subtle horseshoe mustache (a nod to the crazy source of inspiration). The pattern for the Back Cards extends out to the edges, creating a mesmerizing Borderless design.
Russian deck made in USSR during the 70's.
The box for this one has a date of 1991. The name is 'Сувенирные/Suvenirnye', although it was often used for many other designs in USSR.