The Tuck Box and Ace of Spades card are now titled Moderne Playing Cards, replacing the previous title Moderne Art Deco Playing Cards.
The ‘Art Deco’ is an unnecessary description of the deck. Some people have commented that the design seemed more Art Nouveau than Art Deco. I think it is better to let the design speak for itself, rather than label it as specifically ‘Art Deco’ style.
Adam Wintle of The World of Playing Cards was kind enough to contact me and offer me a posting on his incredible site.
You can see the article here.
The World of Playing Cards is the best source of information on playing cards anywhere in the world. The site has a very extensive archive of new and old playing card decks from around the world. They also have a shop with a huge selection of unique and historic playing card decks.
Every collector or anyone interested in playing cards needs to visit this site.
Max at the Max Playing Cards blog has posted an article for my custom card deck.
Max was also very helpful in the design of this deck by offering me valuable design critique and advice on printing and marketing.
If you haven’t visited it, Max Playing Cards blog is one of the best sites to find out what is going on in the world of custom playing cards.