The Eglantine Table, Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire, elaborately inlaid with marquetry depicting musical instruments, playing-cards, games and heraldic references.
“Four Point” playing cards, a labour of love designed and illustrated by Ben Vierck, 2014
“Hiroshige” playing cards drawn by Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858) at 53 stopoffs on the journey from Edo (Tokyo) to Kyoto
“Key to the Kingdom” - an enchanted deck - illuminated playing cards designed by Tony Meeuwissen, 1992 based around traditional rhymes and verses
Holmblad ordered his earlier designs to be re-drawn and updated. Comparison of packs from this era show instances where one figure is replaced by another more imposing version.
Mercury ‘One-2-One Situations’ playing cards published by Mercury Communications
A collective of artists known as Monster Illustration produced a deck entitled “Monsters” in 2004
Artwork featuring playing cards in Music Manuscripts
‘Geisha Girls’ playing cards published by Punch Studio, Culver City, CA., 2013
Each card has a different photo of elements of the terracotta army whose purpose was to protect the emperor Qin Shi Huang in his afterlife
Whimsical Playing Cards by Turkish designer & illustrator Oksal Yesilok, 2016