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Sakura Spring Playing Cards USPCC

$14.99 USD
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Sakura Spring Playing Cards USPCC

$14.99 USD
 per 

Sakura Playing Cards is one of the first Fully Custom Cherry Blossom Themed Deck of Cards. This deck is fully pink unlike any other deck of cards. 

Printed by USPCC on premium stock with a linen finish.

2018 Release

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A unique all-pink deck dedicated to the Japanese cherry blossom

Created by Francis and Dominic Garcia, this deck is named after the Japanese word for the cherry blossom tree: Sakura. It's entirely done in shades of pink, making it unique, attractive, and memorable.

The tuck box has a lovely view of Japan's Mt Fuji, looming in the background with cherry blossoms in the foreground. The back of the box introduces us to the soft pink design with silhouetted leaves that we'll soon become familiar with from the card backs.With white borders, the three tones of pinks complement each other nicely, and offer a very pleasant and soft look that also makes for lovely fans.

Two of these tones are also used to distinguish the traditionally black and red suits. This does mean that they aren't sharply distinguished, but that's the point: this deck is an exercise in harmony, not contrasts. The court cards have a very simplified and geometrical look. If you're looking for strong contrasts and individuality, you won't find it here, but that's a deliberate design choice, because this deck aims to have a unified look, where only slight adjustments in colour and design exist, to help create an overall impression of harmony.

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A unique all-pink deck dedicated to the Japanese cherry blossom

Created by Francis and Dominic Garcia, this deck is named after the Japanese word for the cherry blossom tree: Sakura. It's entirely done in shades of pink, making it unique, attractive, and memorable.

The tuck box has a lovely view of Japan's Mt Fuji, looming in the background with cherry blossoms in the foreground. The back of the box introduces us to the soft pink design with silhouetted leaves that we'll soon become familiar with from the card backs.With white borders, the three tones of pinks complement each other nicely, and offer a very pleasant and soft look that also makes for lovely fans.

Two of these tones are also used to distinguish the traditionally black and red suits. This does mean that they aren't sharply distinguished, but that's the point: this deck is an exercise in harmony, not contrasts. The court cards have a very simplified and geometrical look. If you're looking for strong contrasts and individuality, you won't find it here, but that's a deliberate design choice, because this deck aims to have a unified look, where only slight adjustments in colour and design exist, to help create an overall impression of harmony.