Peter Wood’s “2000Pips” transformed playing cards (1999) reveals the artist’s love of nature
“4 Elementos” playing cards designed by Marcos Neila Muro celebrating environmental sustainability and ecology
Angler Skat manufactured by VEB Altenburg, c.1981
“Art for the Earth” Transformation Deck published by Andrew Jones Art for Friends of the Earth, c.1990.
Avilude or Game of Birds published by West & Lee, Worcester, Mass, c.1880.
Bonnie Blue's Rummy Cards
Pepys “British Birds” card game with colour pictures, c.1968
Deutsche Nutzpflanzen - Quartett game promoting Kali brand crop fertilizer, 1938.
Dondorf’s “Die Vogel-Welt” No. 351 quartet game, c.1905
Fish Playing Cards by Bamboo (Parksons Press).
Mystic Mushrooms Playing Cards, 2018.
Galapagos Islands Souvenir Playing Cards, awakening the voice of nature and teaching us about the environment, endangered species and ecology...
Garden Flowers card game designed by Dora Ratman, published by Pepys, 1961.
Campaign deck for Greenpeace with drawings of penguins, seals, whales and dolphins.
“Kleine Tierwelt” wildlife quartet game designed by Heinz Osthoff, published by Bielefelder Spielkarten GmbH, 1963.
“Ilha da Madeira” Souvenir playing cards with 54 colour views of the archipelago
Maldives Scenery By Bamboo Souvenirs.
Souvenir deck from The Maldives depicting marine life in the Indian Ocean
National Geographic Nature playing cards, 2006.
National Geographic: “Weird But True” kids fun fact playing cards, 2014.
Red Sea fish identification cards published in several languages by Horus of Egypt, 2005.
Rivers Edge Products for the outdoor enthusiast include magnificent artwork on playing cards
Schwarzer Peter the Forest and its People, illustrated by Liesel Lauterborn, 1955.
Scouting, a card game about boy scouts, appeared in 1955.
Souvenir of New Zealand produced by Hema Maps NZ Limited
Survival Playing Cards for outdoor emergencies by Environs Inc. 1974.
Waves From Around the World playing cards with photography by Aaron Chang.
"Discover Wildflowers of America Playing Cards" manufactured by Carta Mundi (US), and created by Mark Hamilton and Sea to Sky Photography.
Wild! by Peter Wood