News: We Just Dropped Kardify Magazine Issue 21 on Patreon

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News: We Just Dropped Kardify Magazine Issue 21 on Patreon

Issue 21 is here! The latest issue of Kardify Magazine is now on Patreon for our Patrons who pledge $3 or more on our Patreon page. The issue compiles selected articles we’ve published from mid-January to mid-February. Our goal is to help you stay on top of the latest playing card news, releases and previews.

Also, don't forget to check out our new reward tiers on Patreon! The new tiers include monthly desktop and smartphone wallpapers, mystery deck shipped to you every 4 months of ongoing contribution, social media shout-outs, and multiple sponsorship tiers! Check it out!

Funds received from the magazine will help us keep the site running and growing, and bringing new quality content to you. Our aim is to support designers by backing on crowd-funded projects and supporting magic and playing cards retailers with their new releases. If you want to support us, please head over to our Patreon page. If you have an idea for an article you would like us to pursue, do get in contact with us. We hope you enjoy the read. In this issue:

Monolith: Learn more about Thirdway Industries' sci-fi themed Monolith playing cards currently funding on Kickstarter.

Abandoned Room: Designed by Rick Davidson for world-renowned magician, Dynamo’s Abandoned Room show, an “underground speakeasy” for magic.

+ Labyrinth: 5 things you should know about the latest deck from Kings Wild Shorts.

Error: The popular cardistry group, Dealersgrip continue to experiment with art-inspired design and push the boundaries of a cardistry deck and this deck is no different. Find out more...

+ Paisley: Find out what we think about Paisley Playing Cards, a classic looking deck inspired by the timeless Paisley design by the Dutch Card House Company.

Playing Arts Zero: A deck of playing cards illustrated and animated in Augmented Reality by international artists crowd-funding on Kickstarter now.

1st v2: Check out the stunning follow-up to the popular 1st Playing Cards in elegant black-gold colorway.

Division Playing Cards: These fascinating cards are a geometric collection of shapes celebrating the artist, Escher, and his concepts of cubic space division. Have a look!

… and more! 47 pages of articles and deck images. Enjoy!

News: We Just Dropped Kardify Magazine Issue 21 on Patreon Reviewed by Ivan on 2/26/2019 Rating: 5

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