Playing Cards and Art: Posters #4

28 Mar

The fourth portion of posters inspired by playing cards.

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1. The King of Hearts by Leslie Hill

This King of Hearts poster is a part of the series of verses designed by an American freelance graphic designer and illustrator, Leslie Hill. She specializes in ink and watercolor lettering, digital illustration, iconography, and branding. In 2104, Leslie had the Fifty Two Verses project – one new verse every Monday in 2014. She couldn’t omit playing cards.


2. Banana King 2013 and Queen Lechooza 2014 by Manuel Sombi Guevara

Manuel Sombi Guevara is a Venezuelan graphic designer. He created two different posters based on the playing card concept – Banana King and Queen Lechooza.

Banana King 2013


Queen Lechooza 2014


3. Casino Royale Unofficial Poster by unknown designer (found on MustBePrinted)

This poster is devoted to the film Casino Royale (2006), the twenty-first film in the Eon Productions James Bond film series (screen adaptations of Ian Fleming’s novels) about the fictional MI6 agent James Bond. It’s the first one to star an English actor, Daniel Craig, as Bond.


4. Arctic Monkeys poster by Marinko Milosevski

The poster was designed by an American artist, Marinko Milosevski. Arctic Monkeys are an English rock band formed in 2002. They are from High Green, a suburb of Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England. Their debut album, Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not (2006), was one the fastest-selling debut albums by a band in British chart history. Rolling Stone (famous American magazine focused on popular culture) ranked it the 30th-greatest debut album of all time in 2013. The band has won seven Brit Awards (the British equivalent of the American Grammy Awards), and has been nominated for three Grammy Awards (music awards by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS) of the United States).


5. JAQK Cellars Posters Designed by Hatch Design

JAQK Cellars is an American wine company. It was named after the face cards and ace in a deck (JAQK). So they apply different creative playing card designs to their goods.

JAQK-Cellars-Posters JAQK-Cellars-Posters JAQK-Cellars-Posters




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