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Into the Weird Playing Cards USPCC

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Into the Weird Playing Cards USPCC

$17.99 USD
 per 

Embrace your inner weird. Inspired by our fascination with the strange and unusual, we invite you to open a chamber of secrets and step Into the Weird with our latest custom deck of playing cards. Designed in collaboration with Jenny Gebhardt, this unique deck features an adventure that unfolds as you shuffle. 

Follow along or create your own story with the 54 unique illustrations. Packaged inside a matching letterpress-printed tuck box. Beware as it unfolds into the void. 

Limited Edition of 5,000. Printed by the U.S. Playing Card Co. Wonders of an odd journey await.

2017 Release

Customer Reviews

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Phlow Jaxx
Feels good right out the box

These cards feel as though they have already been broken in, which is a good thing for me. The custom cards are freakishly awesome too.

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EndersGame Reviewer
Beyond the ordinary

This deck is very different from your average deck, since it was inspired by a fascination with the strange and unusual.

The tuck case immediately gives a taste of what the deck is like, depicting an unusual cave entrance, white wisps emphasizing a sense of mystery, and the entire image conveying the impression that you are entering into a weird and strange world. There's full interior printing (an image of a black hole sucking things into it), and the back design uses the same strange/mysterious colours as the tuck case, with a ghostly green and unusual red being prominent.

The faces of these cards have individual unique artworks on each card. Each suit has its own "theme", with the Diamonds = air/science, Clubs = earth/nature, Hearts = water/dream, and Spades = fire/nightmare. The Jokers picture an intriguing eye type figure that has been divided in two and is floating in space.

The cards have been printed by USPCC on a thinly crushed stock, and they handle amazingly, being soft and still long lasting. The back design is actually quite nice for cardistry, being unique and detailed while also have a few key focus points. Since the indices are very clear, the deck can also be used for card games, while the unique design ensures there's additional interest that goes beyond mere functionality. While not for everyone, this is certainly an intriguing and interesting deck that stretches us far beyond the ordinary! - BoardGameGeek reviewer EndersGame

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
50%
(1)
50%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
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Phlow Jaxx
Feels good right out the box

These cards feel as though they have already been broken in, which is a good thing for me. The custom cards are freakishly awesome too.

E
EndersGame Reviewer
Beyond the ordinary

This deck is very different from your average deck, since it was inspired by a fascination with the strange and unusual.

The tuck case immediately gives a taste of what the deck is like, depicting an unusual cave entrance, white wisps emphasizing a sense of mystery, and the entire image conveying the impression that you are entering into a weird and strange world. There's full interior printing (an image of a black hole sucking things into it), and the back design uses the same strange/mysterious colours as the tuck case, with a ghostly green and unusual red being prominent.

The faces of these cards have individual unique artworks on each card. Each suit has its own "theme", with the Diamonds = air/science, Clubs = earth/nature, Hearts = water/dream, and Spades = fire/nightmare. The Jokers picture an intriguing eye type figure that has been divided in two and is floating in space.

The cards have been printed by USPCC on a thinly crushed stock, and they handle amazingly, being soft and still long lasting. The back design is actually quite nice for cardistry, being unique and detailed while also have a few key focus points. Since the indices are very clear, the deck can also be used for card games, while the unique design ensures there's additional interest that goes beyond mere functionality. While not for everyone, this is certainly an intriguing and interesting deck that stretches us far beyond the ordinary! - BoardGameGeek reviewer EndersGame