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Play Fair,
Be Good.

The time we have is unknown — and should be cherished. A game of cards can be enjoyed by the touch of the paper, the art on the cards and the good-hearted competition among friends.

Ivory Cards

Named after one of Tyler Deeb’s daughters, the Ivory version of our playing cards are cased in a smooth, natural off-white with gold foil.

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Black Cards

The most classic playing card deck we make, the recently updated Black Cards feature a metallic gold foil against ebony finish.

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Sandstone Cards

Inspired by one of nature’s most beautiful materials, this deck features our gold foil and embossing with the warm glow of sandstone.

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Cacti Cards

Reflecting the beauty of some of earths most enduring plants, our Cacti Cards reflect the subtle green and blue hues of a desert giant.

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Cina Cards

With complex, layered coloring underneath gold foil, the Cina Cards feature collaborative art by designer/artist Michael Cina.

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Single Leather Case

The Single Leather Case is meant for the casual traveller who is always looking for a reason to play a game with friends.

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Double Leather Case

Embellished with a red strap and brass ring, the Double Leather Case comes in handy for those games that require two decks.

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Uncut Sheet

These exclusive printer sheets are the uncut posters from our re-designed deck of playing cards. They can be framed or hung freely.

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Classically Drawn With Nuance

People have been playing card games for over a thousand years. The game has crossed over many lives, cultures and interpertations. Our playing cards follow the tradition of reinvention through it's new perspective of the art of playing cards.


After three months of feverish designing and attention, Misc. Goods owner Tyler Deeb released his first deck of redesigned playing cards on Kickstarter in 2012.

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Origin Story

Misc. Goods Co. started from a happenstance moment. Owner and designer had designed an entire deck of playings cards and was flat broke, until one day ... READ MORE