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The key to the kingdom playing cards

In 2013, Tony was awarded the title ‘Royal Designer for Industry’ by the RSA; only 200 designers can hold the title at any one time, other royal designers include Vivienne Westwood, Peter Blake, James Dyson, Quentin Blake and Gerald Scarfe. Tony has also been awarded the Francobollo d’Oro award for the world’s best stamp and has won two D&AD Gold Awards, one of which was for ‘The Key to the Kingdom’. In the late 1980s, a collector and occasional commissioner of curious and historic card decks, based at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, gave Tony an intriguing assignment: to design a set of court cards for a new deck to be based on traditional nursery rhymes. From this developed the irresistible challenge of designing a full set of transformation playing cards. First appearing in the early 1800s, transformation playing cards incorporate the suit ‘pips’ into an intriguing illustrated scene. Because the form enjoyed a relatively brief heyday, they are now highly sought after by collectors. Each of Tony’s original artworks was created in gouache, watercolour and pastel at postcard size, requiring incredible attention to detail – not to mention pin-sharp eyesight and a steady hand. The companion volume exhibits each card along with the verses and riddles that inspired them, featuring passages from Rudyard Kipling, Thomas Hardy, Ogden Nash and Lewis Carroll. “An enchanted deck is a kingdom without walls, yet entry is impossible without the key. Hidden within are clues to an undiscovered mystery, fragments from a half remembered dream or a forgotten riddle. In 2013, Tony was awarded the title ‘Royal Designer for Industry’ by the RSA; only 200 designers can hold the title at any one time, other royal designers include Vivienne Westwood, Peter Blake, James Dyson, Quentin Blake and Gerald Scarfe. Tony has also been awarded the Francobollo d’Oro award for the world’s best stamp and has won two D&AD Gold Awards, one of which was for ‘The Key to the Kingdom’. In the late 1980s, a collector and occasional commissioner of curious and historic card decks, based at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, gave Tony an intriguing assignment: to design a set of court cards for a new deck to be based on traditional nursery rhymes. From this developed the irresistible challenge of designing a full set of transformation playing cards. First appearing in the early 1800s, transformation playing cards incorporate the suit ‘pips’ into an intriguing illustrated scene. Because the form enjoyed a relatively brief heyday, they are now highly sought after by collectors. Each of Tony’s original artworks was created in gouache, watercolour and pastel at postcard size, requiring incredible attention to detail – not to mention pin-sharp eyesight and a steady hand. The companion volume exhibits each card along with the verses and riddles that inspired them, featuring passages from Rudyard Kipling, Thomas Hardy, Ogden Nash and Lewis Carroll. “An enchanted deck is a kingdom without walls, yet entry is impossible without the key. Hidden within are clues to an undiscovered mystery, fragments from a half remembered dream or a forgotten riddle.

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