Four years ago, Roxley Games launched a limited edition game called Iron Clays with Old English lettering, gold and white embossed lettering and design work. Once you open the box, the game is revealed and the chips are ready to be dealt.
What happens when a design firm compares the culture of Croatia with experience? Bright and oh so very colorful packages for Croatia's products tea, natural honey, puzzles, aromatic wine and much more. This design by Magdalena Krpina Zdilar features a solid color on the top, equipped with a white logo and black print and 70s realness swirls on the bottom.
Following up on his first line of playing cards, Oksal Yesilok created another edition for Whimsical Playing Arts. The cards once again feature delicate linework illustrations and geometric patterns, but this time come with a box that glows in the dark.
Goods & Services Branding designed this elegant and unique take on playing cards as an internal project and the results are stunning. Each deck of cards were designed with a specific card game in mind, but the real star of the show is the beautiful custom typography that adorns each of the cards.
We love the detailed typography on these fun puzzles from Knock Knock, a brand that specializes in creating funny and whimsical stationery and gift items. Charles&Thorn were responsible for bringing the letters to life by incorporating a beautiful illustrated approach overall.
“What inspires a sense of adventure within you?” “What makes an experience meaningful?” “What is your purpose?” Nope, this is not your average card game. Sub Rosa designed this beautiful one-of-a-kind card game that helps you delve deeper into your life and the life of others.
Playing Cards are so much more than a stack of thick pieces of paper used for entertainment. Often times they're decorated and adorned with beautiful illustrations and foiled elements that elevate them to become more of a collector's item. With the amount of beautiful card decks out there, we wanted to highlight some of the most unique. Check out our 28 stunning playing card designs.
This deck will certainly make your card games more interesting. Art & Machine, designed by Ryan Hewlett as an MFA Project at the Tyler School of Art, explores a few notable moments in art and design history.
Playtime just got way prettier! Pavel Emelyanov designed these simple yet utterly adorable line of children’s toys called Bunny Hill. Because they’re made with sustainable, high-quality materials, they not only feel like they clutter the space less but also are made to last.
A total throwback, with a twist. As if magic 8 balls weren’t already amazing gadgets that will instantly take you back to your childhood, J. Walter Thompson designed a gift that gives it a fun update, specifically for creatives.
If you consider yourself a typography nerd, this just might be the game for you. Creative agency Goods & Services teamed up with Canadian printer Flash Reproductions to create a unique holiday gift for their clients and thus Type-Face the game was born.
The Game of Stranger arrived at The Dieline’s doorstep shortly before the holiday break, and we all instantly dropped whatever we should have been working on to open it up. This was one holiday gift we couldn’t wait to see. This year’s Stranger & Stranger holiday gift certainly didn’t disappoint—it did, however, confuse, excite, and amaze us, all at once.
Forget dollhouses or kitchen sets—The Fisher Price Happy Hour Playset is the hot toy of the holiday season. Complete with bar stools and beer bottles, this is the perfect way to unwind after a tough day on the playground. Parents be advised: it’s not recommended for children under three.
There are a ton of different custom playing cards out on the market these days but none like this one. With the help of Human After All, Facebook created a new deck of playing cards to help agencies from around the world easily access their marketing insights.
Union Playing Cards are filled with imagery of the American Revolution — with a message of freedom, hope, and independence.
Are you a playing card collector? Or do you love the Colonial History of the United States? If so, you have to check out this new playing cards from Theory11. Made with vegetable-based inks and starch-based laminates, this deck has been in the making for over a year now. Patriotic symbols of peace, prosperity, and potential, illustrated by Jay Fletcher, are printed and gold-stamped onto the cards with a breathtaking result.