typographic playing cards by hat trick design typographic playing cards by hat trick design
mar 03, 2010

typographic playing cards by hat trick design

typographic playing cards by hat trick designall images courtesy of hat trick design

 

 

 

london-based studio hat trick design has created their own set of playing cards using only typographical elements. the deck of cards features the usual 52 cards and 4 suits each reinterpreted using letters and numbers. each card is completely different representing the suit in a different way each time using the number of the card. so the seven of hearts is represents using the number 7 arranged in a heart motif, while the queen of spades is represented using only the letter q arranged in a spade motif. you can see the full deck in the video below and you can purchase the deck through their online shop.

typographic playing cards

typographic playing cards

  • these are sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet. awesome work.

    Pedro says:
  • gOOd idea! greAt gAme! see you @Salone2010…

    paolabg.br says:
  • Nice work! and you can add one more example for the typographyc playing card collection. I invite you to take a look at my [url=http://www.coroflot.com/adri/typographic_deck_] graduation project [/url] and draw your own conclusion =D

    Adriana says:
  • Beautiful idea, and I love how each number also forms the suit it’s in, making the visual of each card unique. I showcase a lot of [url=http://www.ocularharmony.com/blog]typographic designs in my blog[/url], I should add this to the next post I create. Cheers!

    Robin Bastien says:
  • Cool d;-)

    Jetwax says:
  • I like that, very original cards.

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    Paola says:
  • Yes this seems nice but those cards may be confusing when playing [url=http://www.pokerteam.fr]poker[/url]

    Tiger says:
  • Yes, I agree with the fact that those cards are great looking but not really usable on [url=http://www.un-poker-gratuit.fr]poker[/url] games, since it’s hard to recognize them quickly 🙂

    Sivis says:

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