Glitch Playing Cards are designed by a Swiss designer, Soleil Zumbrunn. She likes to question things that seem the most mundane, playing with reality and just looking at things through another perspective. Glitch art is the aesthetic of digital or analog errors. It was recommended by her own brother that she should use it in her piece of work.
She began to create her cards by chopping a deck of cards and rearranging them which later on gave her idea of how much/how little the distortion or glitch should be applied. The classic deck of cards has been chosen to be used, then she created a new deck with Illustrator to glitch them. She mentioned that “It might seem weird using a program like After Effects to do something like cards - but it works well for glitch as you can slide the RGB layers around”. The overall outcome it appeared that her deck of cards was created and looked just like it got printing error or the movie with 3D effect without 3D glasses.
Playing cards inspired by mysterious symbolism of secret societies as well as a tribute to the National Playing Card Co.
Cyberpunk playing cards inspired by advanced science and technology in an urban dystopian future. Designed by Ivan Fortunov, 2021.
Sirocco, nautical themed playing cards by Riffle Shuffle Playing Card Co. and designed by Nathan Oser, 2020.
Monarchs luxury playing cards by Theory11, featured in the film Now You See Me.
Luxury playing cards produced by Theory11 in collaboration with The Nomad Hotel in New York City.
Marvel’s Avengers: The Infinity Saga Premium Playing Cards produced by Theory11 and designed by Mattson Creative, 2021.
A recreated of the original 1876, No. 18, Triplicate deck by A. Dougherty by Michael Scott in 2014.
Triangle Playing Cards by Michael Scott.
Luxury packs of cards have been produced since the 15th century, a trend that is very popular among collectors today.
The Curator Deck with designs by Emmanuel José with suit symbols cleverly transformed into artistic designs.
Timothy Curtis Art custom Bicycle playing cards, 2018.
Bicycle Steampunk playing cards with Gothic artwork by Anne Stokes, 2015.
Vanity Fair No.41 Playing Cards by the United States Playing Card Co, 1895. All the number cards have been imaginatively transformed.
Bicycle Knights playing cards designed by Sam Hayles in 2018.
‘Friendly Felines’ playing cards designed by Azured Ox, 2017.
Gods of Egypt playing cards dedicated to the culture of Ancient Egypt.
Bicycle Cybertech playing cards inspired by cyberpunk genre, illustrated by Jamie Meza, 2019.
Bicycle 808 Bourbon themed deck by US Playing Card Company 2017.
Alice in Wonderland playing cards designed by Sasha Dounaevski, 2018.
Mystic Mushrooms Playing Cards, 2018.
The Civil War Deck designed by Jackson Robinson, 2017.
Bicycle Emotions playing cards with custom emotions on the courts to help you bluff at cards, 2013.
Age of Dragons by Anne Stokes, 2017.
Anne Stokes Collection playing cards, 2010.
Hesslers Rider Back Playing Cards with two different coloured backs, 2019.
‘Aristocrat’ Casino Cards with special courts for Caesars Palace by USPCC 2006.
Chicken Playing Cards designed by Susan Krupp, 2017.
1st edition of famous Bicycle Playing Cards printed by Russell & Morgan Printing Co., Cincinnati, 1885.
Evolution of American Bank Note Co's “Baggy Clown” Joker.
Coricidin Demilets pharmaceutical playing cards, 1967.
Bicycle Heritage playing cards by the United States Playing Card Company, 2012
“Strange People” card game produced by the Fireside Game Co., Cincinnati, 1895.
Sunish Chabba is working on an initiative to revive traditional Ganjifa, the card game most popular 17th Century India.
“Nationalities”, the people of many nations, published by the Fireside Game Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, c.1897.
“Four Point” playing cards, a labour of love designed and illustrated by Ben Vierck, 2014
“Breaking Bad” fan deck designed by Albino Dragon and manufactured by the USPCC in 2014.
Matt Hessler’s “Enhanced” four-colour playing cards, 2015.
Are you a fan of the undead? Vampires and zombies that have risen from the grave? Then this is a deck for you; the creatures featured on this pack are part-zombie and part-vampire. As Gerad Taylor, the creator of this deck, likes to call them "Zompires".
Atlantic Playing Card Co., Inc. promoted Bridge Ensemble boxes and companion accessories.
Souvenir of Panama playing cards by USPCC 6th Edition produced in 1923.