Card Experiment: Utopia Playing Cards

03 Oct

Card Experiment (Bicycle Asura Playing CardsBabel Playing Cards) is going to release its third deck on their site – Utopia Playing Cards

Utopia: A seemingly perfect and ideal place. When ideals collide, Utopia descends into Dystopia. The Utopia deck toys with the notions of loss of self and identity as well as conformity using highly structured and similar arrangements dosed with a touch of surrealistic imagery.” ~ Card Experiment

Playing card were designed by Tarin Yuangtrakul (Tab). He is an artist, illustrator, and graphic designer from Bangkok, Thailand. His illustration style is rough and abrasive in the most beautiful, intricate way. Full of movement, emotion and aggressive lines, Tarin creates his renderings combining both traditional and digital media.

The deck:

  • Printed on Premium Aristocrat® stock with Magic Finish;
  • Featuring custom designed backs, aces, jokers, court cards & pips;
  • Metallic inks;
  • Poker size;
  • Printed by the US Playing Card Company;
  • 2,500 – 3,000 decks will be printed.

Tuck Case



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Samples of Court Cards


Samples of Number Cards




Back Design


Ad Card


Find the discount code on Card Experiment’s playing cards


Other decks produced by Card Experiment:


See other playing cards printed by USPCC (Category: “USPCC”).


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