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Bēhance: The Queen of Hearts by Kerri-Jane Mitchell

Kerri-Jane Mitchell, an artist from Cape Town (South Africa), designed the Queen of Hearts as some symbiosis of two epochs in the life of this lady. Different ages, different moods – different dresses, different friends 🙂

© Kerri-Jane Mitchell 2011

The Queen of Hearts by Kerri-Jane Mitchell

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Playing Card Art: The Queen of Hearts by TigerHouseArt

This Queen Of Hearts gothic art print is designed by an American artists with the nickname – TigerHouseArt.

“…a dark and sinister queen of hearts, dont let the kind expression of her venetian mask and the flower fool you, and whatever you do dont turn your back on her…. not even for a second.” ~ TigerHouseArt

© TigerHouseArt

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DeviantART: Pin-Up Playing Cards by Ted Hammond

These are several Pin-Up playing card artworks by a Canadian artist, Ted Hammond (ted1air). Some Hammond “tortures” cars, other Hammond creates artworks – the equilibrium of the Hammonds in nature.

Ted has been working as an artist for twenty years. He is quite known due to his Pin-Up modern artworks. Several of his artworks have playing card theme. So, enjoy these ladies.

© Ted Hammond (ted1air) 2011

The Queen of Hearts by Ted Hammond

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DeviantART: Melancholia Queen of Hearts by Jon Wesley Huff

This Queen of Hearts was designed by an American artist, Jon Wesley Huff (JonWes). It’s inspired by Lars Von Trier’s film, Melancholia, starring Kirsten Dunst, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Alexander Skarsgård, Cameron Spurr, and Kiefer Sutherland. The film was presented 18 May 2011 at the 64th Cannes Film Festival. Dunst (Justine) received the festival’s Best Actress Award.

Melancholia consists of two parts: “Justine” and “Claire”. These are names of two sisters, main heroines of the film. The story revolves around them during and shortly after Justine’s wedding, while an approaching rogue planet is about to collide with Earth.

Trier’s initial inspiration for this film came from a depressive period he suffered and the insight that depressed people remain peaceful in catastrophic events.

© Jon Wesley Huff (JonWes) 2012

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Playing Card Art: Pin-Up Playing Cards by Fay Dalton

Fay Dalton is a London-based freelance illustrator, the winner of the 2010 Pickled ink Award. She combines traditional drawing and painting methods with digital painting using Photoshop to achieve Vintage stylised Illustrations. Fay’s works are incredibly detailed and boast a vintage quality, reminiscent of 1950’s Mills and Boon novels and the infamous Coca-Cola adverts.

These are her Pin-Up playing card queens made in her distinctive style. It’s nice to see some “classic” Pin-Up playing card artworks these days. These can be nice queens for some Pin-Up transformation playing card deck.

© Fay Dalton 2014

Pin-Up Playing Cards by Fay Dalton: The Queen of Spades

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Playing Card Art: Alice and Wonderland Playing Cards by Caroline Halliwell

I have to think that Alice in Wonderland is the most popular theme for custom playing cards. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, primarily known as Lewis Carroll, predestined this with his choice of some of the main characters for the book.

It’s amazing how many different interpretations can invent people. Playing cards can absorb all of them. Unfortunately, not all of them can be produced. Below you can acquaint yourself with familiar characters designed by the British artist, Caroline Halliwell. With the exception of the Queen of Hearts, she sees them as agreeable personalities. The Queen of Hearts is always so displeased. It’s because she can’t understand that radical actions do not guarantee better mood.

© Caroline Halliwell 2010

The Cheshire Cat of Hearts

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Playing Card Art: Queens by Brittney Lee

Here are interesting and vivid prints with playing card queens designed by the American artist, Brittney Lee. She created them for the group show titled “Ladies of Animation” (2013, GRworks Gallery in LA). The show was dedicated to artworks of talented women.

© 2013 Brittney Lee

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