It starts with a subsection which show the jester head on a stick! I count (9-23-2017) 112 jokers in this section. Enjoy.
|Jester Joker Head on a Stick|
This is one of the most traditional classical modern jokers. Anybody know anything about who designed him and which card publisher he is associated with?
Heres's a scary jester variation on the classical jester headshot.
This is another of the more traditional classical modern jokers. Anybody know anything about who designed him and which card publisher he is associated with?
The next joker is in the tradition of the Piatnik jokers.
At times, I've organized all the girl jokers in one section but I've reverted to a more integrated approach.
In the jesters performing section of the collection, there is a subsection devoted to masks. It's an interesting question (well, interesting to me and maybe to somebody else in the world), whether this joker belongs in the head shot section or the mask section.
Another taxonomy conundrum. Does this fashionable well dressed monkey with his jester on a stick, belong in the animal section or this joker heads and busts section?
September 2018 update. I have reorganized this section into three distinct sections.
1. Jokers on a stick.
2. Jokers with just a head. No hands.
3. Jokers with more than a head, at least some hands, but not a full body. This section starts with the ones just hands and works towards jokers with more of a body.
Here's a video which displays this new organization:
The joker jesters head shots and bust section starts with a subsection that I think of as jokers on a stick. Have any of the rest of you organized this way?
I have a total of 13 (so far) jokers on a stick.
The Emotion deck box cover. The Emotion cards have black faces. The typically red suits are still red, the black suits are gray. Most cards have a standard design but the face cards show an unusual amount of .... emotion!