In 1902, a French trading card manufacturer released this curious batch of playing cards depicting women and their futuristic careers as soldiers, lawyers, journalists, and cigarette-chomping students. But because these cards were designed to titillate, many of these outfits aren't entirely practical — note the firefighter and general's lack of sleeves above. In fact, much of the military regalia pictured wouldn't be super-handy in the battlefield.
Make is knocking out some fabulous "3D Printer Trading Cards (From the Future!)" -- lovely contractual design fictions from a world gone made for additive manufacturing. I had a dream that I found a box of 3D Printer Trading cards f... Read Post
Juan Ortiz’s original series retro poster art is coming out in the form of trading cards. The cards, from Rittenhouse Archives, will feature all eighty of Ortiz’s prints as cards, and there will be other designs as well. The cards, ... Read Post