If you're into cardistry - the slick manipulation of a deck of cards into seemingly impossible configurations - you may want to throw some money at the Kickstarter for TCC Cardistry's Forma deck. Uruguayan designer Ale Urrutia took inspiration "the most basic geometric shapes, such as circles, triangles, squares, etc. Mix the geometry and the city popular wind, and then stitching color block, every detail is full of dynamic and fashion."
The language on the Kickstarter page has been through the Google translate wringer, but it's good enough to get the basic point across that these stunning cards will be printed in a limited number. The project is three-quarters funded with three weeks to go, so odds are good it will complete, but it's still a good idea to throw some money their way if you want to be sure of getting your own box.