The Queen of Hearts for the 52 Aces Poker Deck

“How comes it, Flora, that, whenever we play cards together, you invariably (…) hold the Queen of Hearts?” – Christina Rossetti

The Queen of Hearts playing card for the wonderful Zeixs’ 52 Aces Reloaded Poker Deck, where each card was designed by another illustrator. I decided to work with the classical, reversible form – and to play with it.

52 Aces Reloaded (Edition Two)
Limitierte, geprägte Dose, 999 Decks
54 Pokerkarten, 8,8 cm x 6,3 cm
zeixs Designbooks / 12ender Büro


In addition to the poker deck, my Queen of Hearts is also available as a poster or art print and printed on fancy products such as mugs, shirts, bags and much more:

➔ Posters/Cards: Redbubble [Motiv]
➔ More Products: Søciety6 [Motiv]

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