Without Bees humans would cease to exist. They are silent heroes dedicated to pollinating our lands and expect nothing in return.
Their purpose should not be to serve us, but they do it.
That's why Ellusionist is wearing the cape today. Promising 10% of profits of all Super Bees decks sold to IUCN and local Bee charities that need us most.
Since starting the fund with Killer Bee Playing Cards, we've raised over $30,000, but that's not enough. Together, we can do more.
That's where Super Bees come to the rescue.
Featuring Cartamundi B9 white card stock, with true linen finish and metallic gold ink, this feels like the special edition comic book that's worth a million times more in 10 years.
Gold backs share the same hexagonal design made infamous by the Killer Bee deck, while the box is a premium stock, ivory white with gold foil detail.
This is the unlimited version of Treble Clef card deck in black.
Treble Clef V1: Red and V2: Blue were 1000 decks limited edition and these were fully marked with both suits and values. This black version is an unlimited version and there is no marking system, but the design is still elegant and inexpensive, compared to the other two versions.
Say hello to the Contour Shamrock Green Playing Cards. This is the last deck in the Contour Playing Card series. Contour Playing Cards was one of the first decks that I have created and we have created two other variants of this deck called Contour Electric Blue and Contour Crimson Red. This will be the first green deck that we have created and we are happy that this deck will be the first.
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52 Cards + 1 LEGENDARY BACKER/PRODUCER Card + 1 Extra Card
Custom Suits w/ Remastered Standard Court Cards
Orginally published in 1861, this delightful deck uniquely replaces traditional suits with Roses, Pinks, Violets, and Heart's-Ease. The Court cards are wonderfully colored and feature Princess Alexandra as the Queen of Roses, who was at that time The Princess of Wales. Printed by F.G. Co. in 2003.
Dan and Dave information: We all know a lightbulb is the symbol for ideas, but did you know that tungsten is the element that shines? Designers Jacques Denain and Henri de Sant Julien of France used this physical property as a basis to explore their own creativity in a truly unique deck of cards. The back design depicts earth bursting with ideas. Each card represents a different thought so we invite you to scan the quick response codes on the back of each card as they will lead you to further information. The Jokers and court cards are based on actual people. The Jack of Spades, for example, is a tribute to French magician, Dominique Duvivier. There is a small labyrinth on an extra card to remind us how difficult it is to find a good idea and with this deck we challenge you to do just that. Produced for the artists private use and never intended to be sold, only a limited quantity will ever be available. Designed in France by Jacques Denain and Henri de Saint Julien. Printed by the US Playing Card Company.
Vanity Fair Transformation Playing Cards No.41, published by the United States Playing Card Company, 1895, 53 cards in box. All the number cards have been imaginatively transformed and the court cards have been modified. This is USPCC's first true transformation deck and like the 1879 transformation deck 'Tiffany Harlequin', which likely prompted USPCC to finally make a true transformation deck (slightly earlier Hustling Joe wasn't a true transformation), it also has comical court figures. It came in a total of 4 variations with gold gilded edges (brown or red backed fanciful demon design) or non-gilded (blue or green asian faces with hats in a snowflake design center with comical masks in the corners). http://www.wopc.co.uk/usa/uspcc/vanity-fair
Here are the rules: Ignore all rules with Paradox Playing Cards.
The midnight black backs of Paradox Playing Cards contrast with the mystical, blue-dotted swirling circles, suggesting chaos -- yet every line is meticulously placed in defined order.
You will be drawn to the look and feel of this deck.
The Joker playfully plays off of the Paradox theme by using a ? (question mark) as the pips.
The tuck is adorned by an intricate red-and-white custom seal.
The court cards carry over the vibrant blue and gold from the backs.
O’Reilly Auto Parts stores began selling their own branded playing cards in late 2019. There are two card back designs, “Pinstripe” and “Parts.” Two unique features of the cards: a black shamrock shape is substituted for all black club pips, and the O’Reilly van character, an anthropomorphic vehicle walking on tennis shoes and wearing an O’Reilly hat, is featured on the joker.
The guardians are there, they have always been and always will be. They don't judge, they don't try to correct our path. They just watch, waiting for our evolution; waiting for us to develop new abilities, to discover wonders until the end of times.
The polygons represent the abstract way we all are, the sharp decisions that we make, the solid walls that we build and the stability that we accomplish with time. The yellow tones represent the path that we're in, the first steps to our future, this is the beginning, and they are Watching.
Printed by United States Playing Card Company with Bee Casino Stock. Limited Edition of 3000 Decks. Designed by Adrian Valenzuela. Produced by Riffle Shuffle Playing Card Co.