SIGIDI: African Heritage Playing Cards are the first patented product of Kemetic Designs which we have produced six additional "Education By Designz'" products from. We realize that alot of people are out of work here in the U.S., as well as in other countries, and we offer all our products for "Income Opportunity" to any retail entrepreneur-in this struggling economy.
WHAT MAKES OUR CARDS UNIQUE:
SIGIDI: African Heritage Playing Cards are historically designed to represent some of Africa's royal monarchs. And each "Jack"is a former President or Primeminister of different African countries. However, the most unique feature of our designs are our patented "Cultrual Suits" which features our "Rungu Club; Blue Diamond; Hieroglyphic Heart and African Spade.
U.S. INCOME OPPORTUNITY PROJECT:
In remembering the words of President JFK during his Inauguration Address saying: "Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country", the Kemetic Designs team has always desired to assist this country,(as well as others),in providing some kind of economic growth. So, from the development of our first product we offered/offer independent entrepreneurs 50% of the retail profits off each product they can sell.
KEMETIC DESIGNS EXSISTING PRODUCTS:
SIGIDI: African Heritage Playing Cards; " A Glimpse of Who They Were" Posters(Black or Marble); SIGIDI: Education By Designz' Annual Calendars; SIGIDI: Postal/Post Cards (Assorted Selections); Kemetic Designs Polo Shirts (Blue, White &Yellow); SIGIDI:Composition Writing Books(4 designer prints).
SIGIDI: Composition Writing Books:
In our pursuit to promote the importance of Education, the Kemetic Designs team has experimented with several products. Some you see today...Others are still in the developmental stage. It is our honor to present our newest team product "SIGIDI: Composition Writing Books"! We hope you enjoy yours!
SIGIDI: Cards Custom Back Design:
Our SIGIDI: African Heritage Playing Cards have a unique custom back design which is comprised of 48 circles. Inside each circle -to the 24th- is a shape of a country of Africa. The other 24 is a mirror image of these first.