Forget about your boring playing cards, the Pipmen: World Playing Cards by Elephant Playing Cards you see here is the playing cards you want if you desire for something beyond a game of poker and black jack. What makes Pipmen: World Playing Cards is how each card’s graphics is unique and they come together, much like a puzzle, to form a unique Pipmen World, thus making it the world’s first 54-piece polyptych puzzle with unique connected scenes. Pipmen by itself is intriguing too. In addition to the Pip (which are basically suit symbols on the card face), the cards feature little stickmen figures interacting with the pips to create a unique scene.

Pipmen: World Playing Cards - Clubs and Diamonds
Pipmen: World Playing Cards – Clubs and Diamonds.

While Pipmen is what sets the Australia playing cards company apart from its cohorts, the all-new Pipmen: World Playing Cards is the one that takes differentiation to a new level by giving you the fun of putting together a Pipmen world apart from using them for a round or two of typical card games. Spread across the 54 unique cards that form the beautiful Pipmen world are 158 individual Pipmen, 16 different terrains, 6 UFOs, 5 eagles, 4 skeletons, 3 cows, and 2 rockets.

Pipmen: World Playing Cards - Hearts and Spades
Pipmen: World Playing Cards – Hearts and Spades.

I will be honest with you, initially, I have no idea what the hell that means but then, I saw the entire ‘puzzle’ come together, and I was like, holy shit, this is gold in the playing cards world. Something which I have never seen before. And I am not even pretending to be surprised. It is totally unique and definitely a deck that’s worthy of any playing cards collectors’ attention. As far as card details are concerned, you can expect of the Pipmen: World Playing Cards to include features like shiny silver foil accents, thick luxurious paper stock, custom Pipmen seal, and interior print – if stretch goal is attained, that is.

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If you are equally impressed by this puzzle-style playing cards, then you may want to consider backing Elephant Playing Cards’ endeavor on Kickstarter. The campaign has since met its funding goal and therefore, your pledge of 20 Australian dollars (works out to be around US$15) constitutes to a pre-order which will realize in July 2017. Seriously, you guys have to check it out.

Pipmen: World Playing Cards - Final Sheet
Pipmen: World Playing Cards – Final Sheet.
Pipmen: World Playing Cards - Uncut, Framed.
Pipmen: World Playing Cards – Uncut, Framed.
Pipmen: World Playing Cards - Tuck Box, Front and Back
Pipmen: World Playing Cards – Tuck Box, Front and Back.

Images courtesy of Elephant Playing Cards.

Submitted via TIP US page.

Published by Mike chua

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