Last month, we shared 10 of our favorite modern day puzzles and this month we’re staying analogue and exploring the world of playing cards. With everything landing in the digital realm these days, we consider it is pretty cool to take a handful of steps away from technologies from time to time to experience other forms of entertainment. Playing cards have been about for what appears like forever with more game alternatives than you can possibly picture. So, whether your game of choice is poker, gin rummy, solitaire, war, bridge, or go fish, pick up a entertaining deck or two to take the game to an additional level.
1. Pixel Playing Cards from Kikkerland
A pixelated design on prime of transparent cards that generate different optical effects as the cards move around.
two. Triple Vision by One particular Widow
These cards come with 3D glasses that will enhance your card playing knowledge with 3D comic book style graphics.
3. Rainbow Playing Cards by Fredericks & Mae
Visually taste the rainbow with a deck that features a full spectrum of vibrant, vivid colors.
4. EDGE Playing Cards by Creative Mints
A deck with subdued colors and graphic, geometric patterns that are soothing to appear at as you play.
5. Playing Cards by Clara von Zweigbergk for HAY
Reimagining the standard card icons, graphic designer von Zweigbergk brings a modern and minimalist spin to this analogue game.
6. Monochromatic Black Playing Cards by Gustavo Borboa
With a Day of the Dead theme, these sleek and sophisticated cards don a black on black style that subtly shines depending on the angle.
7. Minim Cards by Joe Doucet for Areaware
Accessible in black or white, these Joe Doucet designed cards could be scaled back but the reductive, geometric symbols stand out to outcome in the ideal minimalist deck.
7 GLITCH 2. Art Playing Cards by Soleil Zumbrunn
The result of a profitable Kickstarter campaign back in 2015, these decks comes with colorful cards full of visually impactful “glitches”.
9. CMYK Playing Cards by Hundred Million
An additional Kickstarter-funded project, these cards appeared on Style Milk 4 years ago due to the fact we really like all issues CMYK-based. Each suit in the deck is now one particular of the 4 colors: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black.
8. Solitaire Cards by Susan Kare for Areaware
Primarily based on Susan Kare’s original artwork for the Windows 3. Solitaire pc game, these pixelated cards have been released alongside the game’s 25th anniversary.