Voyager Playing Cards USPCC
Voyager Playing Cards USPCC
Premium playing cards inspired by the open road - with a spirit of adventure. Made in America.
It's all about the journey.
If there was ever a time to pack it up and start the life you've always imagined, that time is now. Voyager Playing Cards was inspired by the open road - with a spirit of adventure. Made in America.
Adventure to the unknown.
With breathtaking, intricate custom art - the Aces, Jokers, back design, and tuck case were designed from the ground up with nomadic elements from the open road.
Antique letterpress printing.
The tuck case packaging is handcrafted using antique, letterpress machines dating back to the late 1930's. Printed on FSC-certified paper derived from sustainable forests, using vegetable-based inks and starch-based laminates. Illustrated by Joshua Noom in Fort Myers, Florida.
Love these cards. Me and my wife like to travel, we both play guitar. Both of which are featured in the motif of this deck. Of course like all theory11 decks, they feel as great as they look.
These cards bring the nastalga of family road trip. It starts with the beautiful tuck box with its south west inspiration. The colors are muted and gorgeous. This is another home-run from Theory 11. You will not be dissapointed with this deck!
This is a very fun deck that evokes some great feelings! The deck starts off nicely with a fantastic box featuring a Native American tribal type of design, and colors of white, black, gold, and turquoise, as well as a depiction of the American Southwest highway, and an eagle carrying a guitar. The cards themselves continue the theme, with symmetrical card backs featuring a white border with black and gold inks, along with the same design from the box. The aces in the deck all have center pips that are large and well adorned in some manner with artwork that keeps in line with the theme of the deck. There are two full sized, identical jokers featuring an eagle standing on a traveler's luggage, with a guitar case leaning against the luggage. Looking at these cards makes me feel like I'm hitchhiking across the Mojave Desert, and as I'm sitting in a squalid motel room looking out at a full moon shining light on a nearby saguaro cactus, this is the deck I'd be using to play a few games of solitaire before drifting off to sleep to the sound of a howling coyote. The shortfall of this deck is that all of the other cards are exactly the same as a standard deck, save for some black and gold coloration on the court cards. As wonderful as this deck is, and as much as you have to appreciate the simplicity, a real opportunity went begging here in terms of carrying a fantastic theme all the way thru the deck. Despite a huge misstep, still a great deck of cards.