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Now on Patreon! Kardify Magazine Issue 49

Issue #49 of Kardify Magazine has dropped on Pateron in both EPUB and PDF format! Patrons who pledged $3 or more will be able to download the latest issue from our Patreon page. This issue compiles selected articles published from mid-May to mid-June. Deck images, articles, and news to keep you informed and up-to-date with the latest playing card news, releases, and previews. If you love playing cards, you will love Kardify Magazine!

Also, don’t forget to check out our other cool reward tiers on Patreon! The tiers include monthly desktop and smartphone wallpapers, a mystery deck shipped to you every 4 months of ongoing contribution, social media shout-outs, and multiple sponsorship tiers! Check it out!

Funds received from the magazine will help us keep the site running and growing, and bringing new quality content to you. Our aim is to support designers by backing crowdfunded projects and supporting magic and playing cards retailers with their new releases. If you want to support us, please head over to our Patreon page. If you have an idea for an article you would like us to pursue, do get in contact with us. We hope you enjoy the read. In this issue:

Iron Man Mark85: Check out Card Mafia’s officially licensed deck! The eye-catching deck takes you into the journey of Tony Stark (a.k.a. Iron Man).

Perpetua:  An intriguing custom deck from Ellusionist with Escher-esque artwork with no beginning and no end.

Dominion Exquisite: 

Jody Eklund latest deck successfully funded on Kickstarter! The deck comes with custom illustrated historical and fictional court characters. Find out more!

The JLB Deck

We are really excited about this deck! Check out the JLB Marked Deck, the World’s first connected deck! This is the latest tool for magicians created by French Magician JeanLuc Bertrand.

The Big Red One: Kenneth Wayne Preston (KWP) says this is THE BEST DECK EVER CONCEIVED! Check it out!!

AVH Typographic Deck:  Designed in the UK by Luke Wadey and produced by JP Games Ltd, the striking deck explores the differences between two iconic sans serif fonts- Arial and Helvetica.

Paisley Royal Purple: A stunning deck crafted with the magician and collector in mind featuring the well-known Paisley pattern in a rich purple background completed with gold metallic ink.

Happy Sad: Following the Five Thirty-Sevens, the Happy Sad playing cards joins Joker and the Thief’s line of Cardistry decks. Contemporary and fun!      

… and more! 59 pages of articles and deck images. Enjoy!

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