Alice with artwork by Jesús Blasco, published by Lo Scarabeo, 2003.
Baudelaire playing card collection illustrated by Alméry Lobel-Riche and published by Lo Scarabeo in 2004.
Characters from the Italian comic series Diabolik, with designs by Paolo and Sergio Zaniboni.
“History of Aviation” playing cards published by Lo Scarabeo (2003) in which every card carries a painting representing an aspect of the history of powered flight.
Hot-air balloons and airships from the early days to 1988, with designs by S. Baraldi and F. Tacconi.
A set of Tarot trumps on the subject of the cinema, with designs by Sergio Sarri.
Giuliano Costa's Jack-O’-Lantern tarot blends Rider-Waite symbolism with the rich and atmospheric themes of Halloween.
“Jeu de Géographie” educational playing cards etched by Stefano Della Bella and published in c.1644.
Martin Mystère based on the comic book by Alfredo Castelli. The cards were designed by Giancarlo Alessandrini.
Facsimile of Dondorf’s “Musikalisches Kartenspiel” (c.1862) published by Lo Scarabeo, 2004
This tarot deck captures the idealised Eastern world's magic from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, blending traditional archetypes with mystery and romantic allure. It celebrates the legendary Scheherazade and Eastern mysticism.
The Book of Trades by the prolific German Renaissance artist Jost Amman (1539-91). Suits are books, printers' pads, wine-pots and drinking cups.