Given the lockdown we’ve all been in for the last year or two, chances are a lot of us will have indulged in plenty of card games over this period and if you’ve developed a real taste for poker, blackjack et al, now would be a great time to invest in a new deck of playing cards. You’ll definitely not find many classier or more eye-catching than these Tiger Matchbox V2 – Gilded Playing Cards from Kings Wild Project. This wonderfully vibrant deck has been built upon the success of the first Tiger Deck from Kings Wild Project which debuted on Kickstarter back in 2018.
The Kings Wild Project Tiger Matchbox V2 – Gilded Playing Cards are a steal at $54 because, trust us, this is the deck you’ll be reaching for every time you want to play a hand and they will be a real talking point on Game Night. This quality deck is another home run from Kings Wild Project creator, Jackson Robinson, and the vintage look and feel of these playing cards gives them an aesthetic superiority that we’re loving here at The Coolector. Whenever we’re on the hunt for a new deck ourselves, you can rest assured that KWP is always one of our first ports of call.
Call of the Wild
The iconic Kings Wild Tigers, which launched the brand and that first debuted on Kickstarter in 2018 is now making a grandiose return with the Kings Wild Tigers 2nd Edition deck which boasts brand new colours and new designs to get excited about. Despite the new visuals, this awesome-looking deck still has that same expertly executed vintage matchbox look and feel. This Gilded Edition features a blue, prism gilding on the decks that really does give each card a tangible sense of quality to the touch.
Stunning from a visual perspective, these Kings Wild Project Tiger Matchbox V2 – Gilded Playing Cards ($54) are going to elevate your card games to whole new levels of excellence and there is something a touch more rewarding and engaging about playing cards with a deck as aesthetically astounding as this one from Kings Wild Project. Jackson Robinson has always been interested and inspired by printing methods and aesthetics of the late 1800s & early 1900s, particularly the wide array of matchbook ephemera produced all over the world. He thinks so much beauty and variety can be found in material that, at the time, was produced to be “throw away” and it serves as the design inspiration for this deck.
The Kings Wild Tigers are an artistic study and creation, in the form of playing cards, that serves as a wonderful nod to the beautiful world of matchbook printing of the late 1800s & early 1900s. If you’ve got an affinity for the artwork of this era as well, this magnificent-looking deck of cards from Kings Wild Project will unquestionably be right up your street as well as it is ours here at The Coolector. Grab yours now before they all sell out.