This suit fully consists of semi-transformation playing cards.
The Ace of Diamonds – unspecified
The Two of Diamonds – Joseph Alessio
The Three of Diamonds – unspecified
The Four of Diamonds – a new interpretation of The Kiss by Gustav Klimt 🙂
The Five of Diamonds – Kristian Olson (there is a post on this blog dedicated to him)
The Six of Diamonds – unspecified
The Seven of Diamonds – unspecified
The Eight of Diamonds – Alex Gross
The Nine of Diamonds – Graham Evernden
The Ten of Diamonds – Alex Machin
The Jack of Diamonds – Lisel Ashlock
The Queen of Diamonds – Benjamin Carr
The King of Diamonds – Etienne Francois
Joker 1 – Alex Machin (rethinking of René Magritte 🙂 )
Joker 2 – Agnieszka Szuba
The back design repeats the design of front and back parts of the tuck case. But it uses some unusual dark silver metallic ink with a bronze tint which gives an interesting effect. You can see silver or bronze colour depending of your viewing angle and the lighting.
The first information card – text:
“To celebrate the year we broke out of our alcohol comfort zone and designed premium olive oils, fine foods, luxury luggage and just plain crazy new stuff, we teamed up with the amazing Dan & Dave to create this, our Ultimate Deck”
The second information card – text:
“Spare mark your own card”.
Other decks produced by the D&D Playing Card Co.:
- Fulton’s Clip Joint Playing Cards;
- Fantastique Playing Cards;
- Vintage Plaid Playing Cards;
- Fulton’s October Playing Cards.