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MINIM Playing Cards

We are all already familiar with the straightforward and classic signs for hearts, clubs, diamonds and spades on a deck of cards, so why not strip things down to the edge of comprehension. Designed by Joe Doucet, these ultra-minimal regulation playing cards have been reduced to minimalistic geometric symbols, without all those flashy features like colors, drawings and noise. The MINIM Playing Cards also get a clean diagonal line to mark the backs, instead of the typical ornamental graphics. They´re made out of PVC, and are available in white or black

Available for purchase in Europe here




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