Pirates of the Caribbean -playing cards

The first card deck I’ve ever purchased. This one was bought from a Disney store in London. This deck is a fan deck for the second movie called A Dead Man’s Chest, which well… turned out not to be that good.


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American Horror Story Playing Cards

Created with Indesign for a Graphic Design Class

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No Bluff--Potter & Potter Has A Genuine 19th Century Gambler's Case

What you see: A circa 1880 American-made gambler’s case, with several sets of mother-of-pearl chips, a pistol with a mother-of-pearl handle, a full set of playing cards, a cigar cutter with a mother-of-pearl handle, a two-bladed pocket knife with a scrimshawed ivory handle, an ivory dice cup, and miscellaneous dice. 400 more words


A spread for a spread

Recently, I briefly shared that I had created a spread for Ostara. In retrospect I should have given more detail about the spread itself. This is me rectifying that. 709 more words


Shuffled and Misplaced: The Illustrious and Forgotten History of Playing Cards

You know playing cards. It’s a deck of 52, with suits of spades, hearts, clubs, and diamonds. You’ve probably played them after dinner with your family, or after the power goes out during a thunderstorm. 444 more words


Spellslinger - Sebastien de Castell Review

“There are three things that earn you a man’s name among the Jan’Tep. The first is to demonstrate the strength to defend your family. The second is to prove you can perform the high magic that defines our people. 437 more words


Cottey College Juried Student Exhibition 2017

Every year Cottey College holds a Juried Student Exhibition. Twenty-six students submitted over 80 artworks for the exhibition, and 15 awards were granted.

Last year I was awarded two Juror’s awards (visit… 172 more words

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