Social Media Roundup: Ventus, Equality, Tavern on the Green, Blue Jetsetter and More!

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Social Media Roundup: Ventus, Equality, Tavern on the Green, Blue Jetsetter and More!

Social network such as Twitter and Instagram provides a platform for breaking news and instant reactions. Cardists, Magicians and Card aficionados are often rarely passed up an opportunity to show off their card skills. Social networks are fast-moving and there are a good amount of posts that don't get the recognition they deserve.

To change that, we've picked the best Tweets and Instagram posts from the past week with the hashtag #kardify. To see the ALL hashtagged images, click here!

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No 81 of 144 of the King Wild Shorts Subscription by Jackson Robinson of Kings Wild Project (@kingswildproject) in a Carat X4 Four Deck Display Case. . In September 2018, Kings Wild launched its subscription service, which for $25US per month, subscribers received a new deck of playing cards with different styles and themes designed by Jackson. . Equinox was the first deck released and featured an offset printed tuck case by Artistry Ink (@artistryengraving) in Chicago and cards printed by MPC (@makeplayingcards). The tuck features full-color printing on the inside and outside on unfinished white 14pt cover stock along with a separate white numbered band and a brushed gold foil seal. . Haunted 8’s was a spooky redrawing of Jackson’s Crazy 8’s deck as a tribute to All Hallow’s Eve (or Halloween) with the courts consisting of Ghouls, Goblins, Zombies and even a Headless Horseman as the KoH.  This deck was printed by Shuffled Ink (@shuffedink). . Old Ironsides was November’s deck and was JR’s take on the USPCC ‘WarTime’ deck series from the 1900’s and features the USS Constitution, aka ‘Old Ironsides’, which is the oldest ship in the US Navy still in service.  The court cards are a nice re-coloring of the KWP standard courts that have a vintage feel of something painted on wood that has faded over time.  This deck was also printed by Shuffled Ink. . Deck the Halls was styled after the ugly Christmas sweaters that we are all familiar with seeing, or getting, around the holiday season.  The tuck case was embroided with fabric with part of the card backs woven on the back of tuck.  To follow-up with the theme, the card backs and faces are all re-designed to have a knit sweater look and the courts are all wearing Christmas sweaters while enjoying the season.  This deck was printed by Shuffled Ink. . How do you protect and display your precious decks? . #artistryengraving #caratx4 #caratcase #caratcases  #caratcardcases #caratcasecreations #cardcollector #carddisplays #cardporn #deckthehalls #equinox #expertpcc #haunted8s #jacksonrobinson #kardify  #kingswildprojects #kingswildshorts #makeplayingcards #oldironsides #playingcards #playingcardcollector #shuffledink
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Social Media Roundup: Ventus, Equality, Tavern on the Green, Blue Jetsetter and More! Reviewed by Ivan on 3/09/2019 Rating: 5

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