Designed by a famous illustrator Nakamori Karin
Printed by 808magic(Taiwan)
The deck is based on TanBa’s favorite color; Yellow. And you can see dangerous objects in the design such as razors, snakes and so on as TanBa is unknown as a “Dangerous Magician”.
Gaslamp Playing Cards are a tribute to the historic Gaslamp Quarter in San Diego, California, and celebrate the district's beautiful Victorian characteristics and eclectic past. Jeff Trish illustrates them in style reminiscent of nineteenth-century line engraving with intricate details and subtle hints of folklore throughout.
Gaslamp Playing Cards are sustainably printed by The United States Playing Card Company using FSC certified paper and vegetable-based inks on our trademark stock and finish.
A Paradigm is a standard, perspective, or set of ideas. A Paradigm is a way of looking at something. I set out to do just that, and after a year in the making, Paradigm Playing Cards is here. The cardistry community is fascinating in every aspect of the word. I wanted to design a deck that was engineered specifically to your favorite flourish while also being a magician's best friend. A crossover deck in many ways, or the best of both worlds. I wanted to design a deck with which you could begin by showing the slickest packet cut off, then right after do an Ambitious Card routine! With pretty standardized Pips and indices and standard reimagined Courts, this deck is sure to not raise any suspicion. Although the concept and design are mine, I couldn't have brought this deck to its final glory without my two best friends.
Daniel Schneider (Black Roses Playing Cards, Orbit, Polyantha) and Luke Wadey (Mono-X, Grid, Typographic Playing Cards) played a pivotal role in the life of this deck. Daniel helped bring the visions of the number and court cards to life and is the leader in custom Courts. He proved it again with the six custom Courts in this deck. Luke took my original back design, broke it down and reimagined it, giving it depth and formatting it to an intricate grid; whilst also designing an infinite tuck box design, perfect to the style of the deck.
Finally a deck of cards that is inspired by the origins of magic. Holding one of these decks is holding part of magic's history, and a legacy with over 5,000 years. Ritual is designed by Elite Playing Cards and is the first of a new line of luxury cards.
Ritual Playing Cards Feature list:
The deck features 100% original art: faces, backs, court carts, box, and even the pips. Exquisite attention to detail.
Printed in Bicycle card stock
Magic air cushion Finish
Custom pip designs
Custom court cards
Custom tuck box
Magician Friendly barcode reveal
Every little detail has been painstakingly designed to ensure that each deck is truly a work of art. Whether you're a Cardist, Collector, Magician or just want a high quality deck for your poker games, Ritual is a deck that is sure to offer durability, tradition, and elegance.
The Swiss Deck is part of the World Tour Set series of playing cards.
Inspired by the iconic travel posters around 1902, this retro-back design advertises the Swiss alps, in saturated colors and bold text, alluring the beholder to explore the treacherous but beautiful scenery Switzerland offers.
More about the World Tour Set...
The World Tour Deck Set is a presentation "trunk" of five bespoke packs of playing cards, each highlighting a different country and culture from the turn of the last century. The World Tour Deck Set is housed in a miniature travel trunk, replete with decals from the far-off places to which the cards have traveled, to be in your collection.
The set comes with all five decks of cards in the series, and when all five decks are lined up, they create a map of the world highlighting the five featured countries: France, Switzerland, Mongolia, China, and Egypt.
But the World Tour Deck Set is more than just a trunk of playing cards: it's a story. The Great Ezra, a turn-of-the-century magician, traveled the globe and sent these decks back to you, each one with a note. All the ephemera: handwritten notes written on railcar stationery, coasters, tickets, and hotel paper... are included, to help immerse you in the spirit of the turn of the century, and how Ezra might have obtained each special deck.
The decks themselves are gorgeous, with iconography and hidden elements from the countries, culture, and time from which they've come. All printed by the Expert Playing Card Company, the cards have a durable, smooth finish ideal for shift work, gambling material, and sleights. Each deck has an extremely limited run of 1500 decks, and no more World Tour Deck Sets will ever be printed.