CHAMPIONS! This is an amazing job made by Paul Weber: over 300 printable cards in one free PDF, the cards contain all the basic equipment, gear, and items from the Official D&D Player’s Handbook as well as vehicles, food, mounted equipment, weapons, armor, and a few homebrew items.
Product from Areaware physically recreates the playing cards of Windows 3.0 game featuring the original pixel graphic designs of Susan Kare:
Susan Kare created some of the most
familiar user interface designs in early computing. The icons she
designed for the original Macintosh operating system helped millions
navigate easily through our early and unfamiliar digital environment, and include the trash can, lasso, and Finder Icon.
“I worked on the original pixel
art for the on-screen Solitaire cards in 1990 using an IBM PC, Microsoft
Paint, and the typical 16 VGA color palette of the time. A lot of those
weren’t particularly attractive colors, but fortunately the card faces
only required black, red, and yellow. I was inspired by classic card
decks, and had the most fun trying to translate the complicated patterns
of the Jacks, Queens, and Kings to a 72 dots-per-inch grid.
25 years later, I got back in the 90s mindset to design matching Jokers
for the Areaware deck, since Solitaire doesn’t use them.