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Versa Playing Cards USPCC

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Versa Playing Cards USPCC

$11.99 USD
 per 

Versa Playing Cards

VERSA Playing Cards is the second installment in OxT's VICE//VERSA series of cardistry decks. Featuring a one-way design for diverse packet cuts and a vibrant CMYK color palette, VERSA Playing Cards is sure to please cardists and collectors alike.

2019 Release

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Based on 3 reviews
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vibrant

a joyful palette
and pleasure to handle, but
prefer two-way backs.

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TimB
Colorul

This deck is alright. Not my favorite color pallet. The courts are sort of "off" for coloring if you ask me. The one way design on the back is not my favorite. yet, the cards do feel nice. The pips are nice.

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EndersGame Reviewer
CMYK colour palette for the win!

With this deck in our hands, we are quickly going to get used to seeing a lot of Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black! This deck's inspiration is with VHS tapes, Polaroid, and CMKY test strips. The card backs have a deliberate one-way design intended to accentuate packet cuts in the hands of a cardist. The graphic design here looks as if it could come straight from a set of printer samples, with very sharply focused lines and colours.S tandard designs of the court cards have been retained but these have been given a fresh coat of paint in line with the CMYK theme. The Ace of Spades is a giant pip, from which three splashes of vibrant colour emerge as lines right to the border on one side. The Jokers and ad cards bring to mind CMYK test strips, and remind us to "enjoy and relax". And isn't that exactly what cardistry is all about?

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
0%
(0)
100%
(3)
0%
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(0)
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s
sam r
vibrant

a joyful palette
and pleasure to handle, but
prefer two-way backs.

T
TimB
Colorul

This deck is alright. Not my favorite color pallet. The courts are sort of "off" for coloring if you ask me. The one way design on the back is not my favorite. yet, the cards do feel nice. The pips are nice.

E
EndersGame Reviewer
CMYK colour palette for the win!

With this deck in our hands, we are quickly going to get used to seeing a lot of Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black! This deck's inspiration is with VHS tapes, Polaroid, and CMKY test strips. The card backs have a deliberate one-way design intended to accentuate packet cuts in the hands of a cardist. The graphic design here looks as if it could come straight from a set of printer samples, with very sharply focused lines and colours.S tandard designs of the court cards have been retained but these have been given a fresh coat of paint in line with the CMYK theme. The Ace of Spades is a giant pip, from which three splashes of vibrant colour emerge as lines right to the border on one side. The Jokers and ad cards bring to mind CMYK test strips, and remind us to "enjoy and relax". And isn't that exactly what cardistry is all about?