The set of 52 playing cards uses letterforms as a main motif, keeps a balance between functionality and aesthetics, and creates patterns that embody the specific structural and aesthetic characteristics of the given typeface.

By examining Didot’s various letterform structures, the design concept transforms the often cold, predictable, and mechanical appearance of those letterforms into an intricately organic composition.

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Source: Behance.net