Shades of metallic red, maroon and blood-orange ink wraps the cold foil backs of the Graveyard Playing Cards. In the light, the 2-way skull appears and disappears from the center of the backs as the angles change. Bone-like shapes surface, much like a skeleton rising above the ashes of a fiery grave.
Graveyard Playing Cards are a creepy tribute to skulls, skeletons and graveyards.
EVERY inch of these cards are customized. Fronts, backs, indices, pips, court cards, and the tuck itself. All faces are adorned with a light grey design resembling the grey lead of a stained glass window.
"Sometimes skulls are thick. Sometimes hearts are vacant. Sometimes words don't work." -James Frey
Let the cards speak for you. Slide your fingers over the smooth True Linen B9 finish from Cartamundi. Caress the matt tuck on premium board with dry embossing. Take these cards to your grave.
Cold Foil metallic red backs
Every element is customized (tuck, pips, indices, fronts, backs...all of it) with hand drawn artwork
Custom court card designs
2 deathly Jokers
2 disintegrating Skulls
Matt tuck on premium board paper with dry embossing
Designed by Musketon
Printed by Cartamundi
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Beautiful silver-foil like backgrounds on each face lend extra detail to the awesome designs for each card. Much better than expected, and was already expecting them to be great, so that's saying something!
martin rodgers (West Bloomfield, US)
awesome illustration and card quality. has this sinister-comedy vibe almost
Luis Oscar Hernández
dark and amazing
They have a very cool foil and their design perplexes the public, I loved it
Thank you so much for your purchase and review.
Romain Quete (Bons-en-Chablais, FR)
Very beautiful, and received fast as usual, even if I live overseas
Thanks a lot Romain, we do our very best.
David (San Dimas, US)
You’ll love em
The art of these cards is amazing. They’re perfect for there October release just in time for Halloween. Made by Cartamundi awesome finish great handling. Can’t go wrong.