A postmodern juxtaposition of traditional hand-made artisan technique with abstract graphical design...
The arts of Japan had a profound influence on British culture in the second half of the 19th century.
Suntory Akadama Honey Wine playing cards manufactured by Nintendo, Japan
Unusual and striking playing cards published sometime in the late 1970s or early 1980s by the iconic Australian brand of matches, Bryant & May.
The “Baraja Constitucional” commemorates the declaration in Cádiz of the Constitution of 1812 and was designed and created by Simón Ardit y Quer in 1822
An interesting propaganda pack depicting the various religions of the Soviet Empire.
Woodblock and Stencil Pack of standard English playing cards by Simon Wintle
Article about Manufacture of Playing Cards, 1825: pasting, stencilling, polishing, cutting, etc.
Quantum playing cards were designed by Catherine Geaney in 2010 for her final year at college.
Playing Cards by the Master of the Banderoles, one of the earliest professional printmakers, c.1470
When playing cards have titles or legends these reference a written/literary tradition of some form (historical, religious or secular literature, legends, etc). It connects the image to a wider cultural sphere, extending the visual impact.