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Deck One Industrial Playing Cards USPCC

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Deck One Industrial Playing Cards USPCC

$9.99 USD
 per 

Deck One Industrial Playing Cards

Playing cards truly unlike anything you've seen before. The first edition sold out in record time. The latest edition is now available.

While the deck remains the same as the first edition, the box was redesigned to perfectly showcase Homer's original artistic vision. In fact, the new distressed metallic box resembles the original box after being worn down over several weeks in a jacket pocket - we just wanted to save you the time.

The box is made of paper 25% thicker than the Sentinel tuck case, and they are coated with a durable varnish. These cards protect themselves.

DeckONE features original illustration by Homer Liwag proudly on the box, the back design, the Jokers, the Ace of Spades, and even each court card. The Kings, Queens, and Jacks exude a unique patina.

The cards are printed in Q1 quality on the web casino press at USPCC. Available now in limited quantities. Like Homer's critically acclaimed DVD's CoinONE and CoinTWO - these will be in very high demand. Act now and stock up before this edition is gone.

DeckOne's industrial inspiration draws from over 30 years of television and movie production design, concept art, and illustration. While sketching Bat Mobiles and Colonial Viper space ships as a kid in the 70's, Homer dreamed of designing props and ships for TV shows and movies.

"I wanted the back design to appear heavy - like the giant otherworldly machines they depicted. For the case, I created the look of worn, military grade, black stamped steel by using thick metallic stock and subtle printing and embossing effects."

D1IE is the perfect union of Homer's formal training in Industrial Design and his passion for feature film conceptual art. A simple, sleek, modern design.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
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Michael Guenoun
Eh

Basically a steampunk version of the bicycle deck I personally dont think it is worth the money considering all the otherr great cards 11 has

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Mathias
Steampunks with guts.

First, I acquired the Bicycle Steampunks.
Then, DeckONE.
As it turns out, DeckONE is almost worth the TXI price tag!
Yes, I almost thought, for a moment, that it may have been as the Mechanics Deck, with the moving pieces, as you flip through. But, alas, a tiny let down.
However, all in all, I enjoy this DeckONE very much so, and I hope to have the chance to grab a few more down the road.

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EndersGame Reviewer
Theory11 deck with a difference

I have quite a few decks by Theory11, which impress with their glamorous tuck boxes. This one feels quite different from those other designs, because the tuck box looks more like all-round polished metal, rather than cardboard with gold/silver accents. It's probably not as stylish as the other Theory11 decks, and the card backs and faces aren't as interesting either. Not Theory11's best deck, but it will certainly have its appeal for those looking for something different.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
0%
(0)
100%
(3)
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Michael Guenoun
Eh

Basically a steampunk version of the bicycle deck I personally dont think it is worth the money considering all the otherr great cards 11 has

M
Mathias
Steampunks with guts.

First, I acquired the Bicycle Steampunks.
Then, DeckONE.
As it turns out, DeckONE is almost worth the TXI price tag!
Yes, I almost thought, for a moment, that it may have been as the Mechanics Deck, with the moving pieces, as you flip through. But, alas, a tiny let down.
However, all in all, I enjoy this DeckONE very much so, and I hope to have the chance to grab a few more down the road.

E
EndersGame Reviewer
Theory11 deck with a difference

I have quite a few decks by Theory11, which impress with their glamorous tuck boxes. This one feels quite different from those other designs, because the tuck box looks more like all-round polished metal, rather than cardboard with gold/silver accents. It's probably not as stylish as the other Theory11 decks, and the card backs and faces aren't as interesting either. Not Theory11's best deck, but it will certainly have its appeal for those looking for something different.