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Playing Card Art: Playing Cards by Mark Marianelli

Playing cards designed by an artist, Mark Marianelli (Six AM Comics).

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Posted by on 02.12.2013 in Playing Card Art

 

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Playing Cards and Cartoons (Jokes): Rubes Playing Cards by Leigh Rubin

Leigh Rubin is an American cartoonist. He began his cartooning career in 1978 by establishing his own greeting card company, Rubes Publications, featuring early renditions of his animal characters. Then he designed a popular greeting card series with characters having the shape of musical notes and published it as his first cartoon collection, Notable Quotes, in 1981. NMRH7SQEBAEW

His first serious collaboration with newspapers started in 1984. His friend was the editor of Antelope Valley Press in Palmdale (California, US). He asked Rubin about writing a daily comic for the newspaper. Now Leigh’s cartoons can be found in more than 400 newspapers worldwide.

In 2009 Leigh celebrated the 25th anniversary of Rubes® with the publication of The Wild and Twisted World of Rubes, a “best of” collection which contains 240 of his personal favourites out of over 9,500 cartoons.

Today we are going to see the official playing card deck featuring wacky cow cartoons from the twisted world of Leigh – Rubes Playing Cards (Rubes® is a registered trademark of Leigh Rubin).

The deck: 52 playing cards with different cartoons + 2 Jokers. Poker size. The deck is manufactured and distributed under license by Aquarius. Playing cards were printed (in China) on cardboard and have some kind of an embossed finish (looks like linen).

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Playing Card Art: Retro Cartoon Playing Cards by Amanda Enneking

Retro Cartoon playing cards were designed by Amanda Enneking for Boomerang – Cartoon Network in 2011.  Inspiration came from various cartoons (the Inspector, Bullwinkle, the Jetsons, etc.) of the 1960s and 1970s. She changed suits – used a boomerang for spades which was a common background element to Boomerang’s titles in the 60s. The club morphed into the flower, representing the social aspect of “flower power” during that time. © 2011 Amanda Enneking

The King of… Boomerang 🙂

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Posted by on 18.09.2013 in Playing Card Art

 

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Playing Cards and Cartoons (Jokes): GGA Cartoon Playing Cards

These GGA cartoon playing cards were printed by Crown Distributing, Inc. in “?”. Poker size.

I don’t have any official information about the cartoonist. But in accordance with rumors the artist can be Bill Wenzel (a cartoonist best known as a widely published GGA*** artist for men’s magazines).

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