78 cards 66x120 mm
In these cards are reproduced the portraits of the four Grand Dukes and their families.
The adventures lived by the protagonist, Alice, are suggestively illustrated in this deck by Jesus Blasco.
The illustrations from this deck come from the works of the French illustrator and caricaturist J.J. Grandville (pseudonym for Jean Ignace Isidore Gerard).
A�_deck, beautifully illustrated by Silvana Alasia,�_about this fascinating civilization.
A great joy of life, love, and eros in�_the art of Milo Manara.
A faithful reproduction of an antique Indian deck of cards in which the aphorisms of love described in the celebrated text of Vatsyayana Mallanaga.
The cards in this deck are a selection of original "Valentines", the romantic messages of lovers.
This deck, elegantly designed by Angelo Giannini (who depicted the breeds and poses), is dedicated to the cat.
Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939) is considered one of the creators and top interpreters of art nouveau.
Each card illustrates the customs, the armours, the fashions and the characters of the Medieval courts.
These cards feature the objects, houses, and works preserved through the centuries by a blanket of lava and ash from the famous eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD.
This deck is a great, coloured, living fresco of a fertile and lively epoch.