The idea of the Oris Playing Cards was to show the deck of cards as it was a book, a book full of stories that it has lived, it is living and it will live itself but that it can tell anyway.
In many magic routines it’s normal to use a story as play choreography… telling a story… telling it as a fair to read to children, in order to let the interlocutor go deep inside in the magic’s world.
It’s the reason why the ace of spades has written “every deck tells a story”, because cards are the voice and the instrument magic uses to tell about itself… No one like ace of spades could tell it better than others.
Oris… the magic’s mouth, one wizard… and their stories.
52 Wonders Playing Cards Bicycle Spielkarten Tally Ho Copag Virtuoso Fontaine Anyone Echo 1987 Orbit David Blaine Shin Lim NOC Chris Ramsay Art Of Play Markt 52