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Learn more here: https://www.stockholm17.com/gemini

Gemini Playing Cards is a deck of poker size playing cards completely custom and illustrated. The choice of the name Gemini is based on the peculiarity of the court cards (JQK).

At first glance the figures of each card look perfectly symmetrical, but they are not. The courts are depicted them as twins (Gemini in latin), so you will be spotting differences when you look at the details. The figures on the court cards interact with their own pip, which becomes part of the illustration.

This deck has a classic medieval feeling.

The aces are depicted as axes

The pips (2 to 10) are big and they take a lot of space using an unconventional index, which is horizontal instead of vertical.

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