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Saints Playing Cards USPCC

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Saints Playing Cards USPCC

$12.99 USD
 per 

The Saints playing cards deck by Daniel Madison in collaboration with Ellusionist. Part of a 4 deck confessions series about truth, honor, freedom and consequence. A physical manifestation of the 4 faces of Madison. Nobody is ever 100% pure. To be human is to be as bad as you are good. It takes a man to confess that. 

The confessions deck bares the name of the series.They’re the spark that lit the fire on this riteous grouping of playing cards. 

Crushed stock cards bridge the gap between minimal and intricate Paths with a classic two logo design forged into an incredibly detailed monogram. The custom ace of spades honors each of the other decks in the series. Proudly stealing their themes into one complex design. 

But it’s more than just a deck…. Confessions are a unique collaboration with the community. Each of the 52 cards is printed with a REAL anonymous confession from a sinner. Those seeking forgiveness from Madison. 

Have you been forgiven? 

Other decks in the series sold separate.

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Cameron
Saints

An interesting deck from an interesting series. I enjoy the iconography and exploration of the religious motifs through what seems to be a somewhat cynical lens. The cards handle well and the back design along with the colors are well matched. The colors are definitely muted, but has a certain feel that I like. I also like the Ace of Diamonds art encouraging the user to not play cards with the devil.

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Tom
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This is a great deck. The great pattern and the colors make them very eye catching. The deck feels great in your hand. They are very easy to handle. They look great during tricks. The stock is good. It is a good deck to have in your collection. I love the blue, white, and grey on the back. I love borderless decks. Having no borders makes them look sleeker, in my opinion. The box design is also good. The box makes them look very professional. I like the darker blues. Over all, the design is simple, but simple can be a good thing.

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Cameron
Saints

An interesting deck from an interesting series. I enjoy the iconography and exploration of the religious motifs through what seems to be a somewhat cynical lens. The cards handle well and the back design along with the colors are well matched. The colors are definitely muted, but has a certain feel that I like. I also like the Ace of Diamonds art encouraging the user to not play cards with the devil.

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Tom
Unique

This is a great deck. The great pattern and the colors make them very eye catching. The deck feels great in your hand. They are very easy to handle. They look great during tricks. The stock is good. It is a good deck to have in your collection. I love the blue, white, and grey on the back. I love borderless decks. Having no borders makes them look sleeker, in my opinion. The box design is also good. The box makes them look very professional. I like the darker blues. Over all, the design is simple, but simple can be a good thing.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
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Cameron
Saints

An interesting deck from an interesting series. I enjoy the iconography and exploration of the religious motifs through what seems to be a somewhat cynical lens. The cards handle well and the back design along with the colors are well matched. The colors are definitely muted, but has a certain feel that I like. I also like the Ace of Diamonds art encouraging the user to not play cards with the devil.

T
Tom
Unique

This is a great deck. The great pattern and the colors make them very eye catching. The deck feels great in your hand. They are very easy to handle. They look great during tricks. The stock is good. It is a good deck to have in your collection. I love the blue, white, and grey on the back. I love borderless decks. Having no borders makes them look sleeker, in my opinion. The box design is also good. The box makes them look very professional. I like the darker blues. Over all, the design is simple, but simple can be a good thing.