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    • Danielle Bielenstein

      Russian prison deck (hand made) Made by hand in Russian prison. These cards are multilayered and you can see newspaper through on the bottom right card. Pattern on the backs (top left) are the same for all cards in the deck and also made by hand. Suits are traditional prison suits that can be seen on other decks as well.

    • Sam Galloway

      Fabric playing cards, I'm interested in the print and process in this pinterest. Similar to the print blocks I used in my sketchbook

    • Erica W

      cards handpainted on newspaper in a Soviet prison. The pattern on the top-left was identical on the reverse of each card

    • wolfthing

      Handmade playing cards, Russian prison. Date unknown. Courtesy of Sergey Chernyshev

    • Jesse Walker

      Handmade card deck from a Russian prison. Photo from Sergey Chernyshev

    • Pachu Ruiz Guiñazu

      honey-kennedy-handmade-russian-prison-playing-cards-sergey-chernyshev

    • Sonia Soares

      Playing cards, handpainted on newspaper in a Soviet prison.

    • Nataly Filatova

      Mischief + Madness: Russian Card Deck made by hand...

    • Maria Jose Franco

      prisoncrafted playingcards

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