Created through collaboration of man and machine.
Designer, Ivan Moscovich, patented his Harmonograph (a mechanical apparatus that utilises pendulums to create geometric imagery) in 1967 and soon after his revolutionary approach to drawing was featured in an exhibition titled 'Cybernetic Serendipity' at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London. Moscovich would go on to attract the attention of creative luminaries such as M.C. Escher and Frank Oppenheimer, becoming one of the world's most groundbreaking visual artists.
Produced by Art of Play, Cybernetic playing cards feature a curated exhibition of 54 unique Harmongrams printed on the face of each card. An awe-inspiring display of artwork and a stunning addition to any playing card collection - what more could you ask for?
Printed by The United States Playing Card Company.
Twins brothers Dan and Dave Buck are perhaps best known for their contributions to the art of cardistry.
Masters of sleight of hand, the Buck twins have released a plethora of instructional videos and DVDs which not only led to the increase in popularity of cardistry, but also made them two of the most influential people in the magic and cardistry community.
In 2013, off the back of a becoming wildly successful producers of luxury playing cards, they founded Art of Play. Based in the United States, Art of Play curates a collection of wonderfully unique playing cards, puzzles, games and amusements.
Epiphanies await the curious mind.