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The Singapore Deck

By Joe Tan


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CODE: SGS15-011A
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ABOUT THE OBJECT

Inspired by its history, people and culture, The Singapore Deck professional playing cards are a quirky composition of curated elements and iconic imagery.

Spades play tribute to Singapore pioneers and vanishing trades. Hearts comprises of beloved food and characters. Clubs and Diamonds tell the story of a typical male and female Singaporean's journey to adulthood. Together the four suits paints a big picture of a diverse and unique Singapore. The use of colours, line weight and negative space lends visual consistency.

Each suite tells a familiar story and each of the 54 cards illustrate a facet of a Singaporean's daily life.
S$45.00 for 2
S$25.00 for 1
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OTHER IMAGES

ABOUT THE OBJECT

Inspired by its history, people and culture, The Singapore Deck professional playing cards are a quirky composition of curated elements and iconic imagery.

Spades play tribute to Singapore pioneers and vanishing trades. Hearts comprises of beloved food and characters. Clubs and Diamonds tell the story of a typical male and female Singaporean's journey to adulthood. Together the four suits paints a big picture of a diverse and unique Singapore. The use of colours, line weight and negative space lends visual consistency.

Each suite tells a familiar story and each of the 54 cards illustrate a facet of a Singaporean's daily life.
ABOUT THE DESIGNER

Joe Tan is an industrial designer with 10 years of experience working with some of the most exciting brands in the world on numerous strategic design projects and innovations. The companies he designed for include BMW, Singapore Airlines, Sennheiser, Philips, Electrolux and Gemalto. His designs have been internationally recognised by multiple awards: Singapore President’s Design Award, Good Design Award – Chicago Athenaeum, Design for Asia Gold Award, iF Design and Red Dot Awards.
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Size: 64mm x 89mm
S$45.00 for 2
S$25.00 for 1
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CODE: SGS15-011A
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