I am looking for high quality images of poker cards to download. I can use Google Images to download the images, but it would be impossible to find 53 identical cards in terms of style (52 cards + 1 joker card). Does anybody know where can I get these images from?
The deck linked by @Glorfindel is for French playing cards.
Poker cards are wider than French ones. This design is used by many decks, e.g. Bicycle Playing Cards, and will typically be the one you see in movies or at the casino.
A full set of poker playing cards created using vector graphics. The .SVG source for each card is available as well as a high resolution rasterized .PNG version. These images are released into the public domain - attribution is appreciated but not required.
Here's the related blog post : Byron's Blog - Vector Playing Cards
As mentioned by @Dezza, there are other alternatives:
In 2018, I created a W3C standard Custom Element
<card-t suit=Hearts rank=Queen></card-t>
CardMeister does not load SVG, it creates SVG client-side.
All 52 cards SVG is optimized, contained in one Custom Element file:
16 KB download in the cheating version.
64 KB download in the full version, with spades and hearts one eyed jacks, hearts suicide king.
CardMeister Demo: https://cardmeister.github.io/
Github & Documentation: https://github.com/cardmeister/cardmeister.github.io
only HTML required is:
<head> <script src="elements.cardmeister.full.js"></script> </head> <body> <card-t suit=Hearts rank=Queen></card-t> </body>
SVG is based on the CC0-licensed Card Generator by Adrian Kennard: https://www.me.uk/cards/
Because SVG is created client-side, there are s-loads of options to design playing-cards:
SVG Card Web Component
For those searching for playing card images, I have produced a complete pack that uses a variation on the standard design of pips. The SVG playing cards I have made are a full deck (52 cards + Jokers) and card backs.
Plus PNG images available from the article at https://tekeye.uk/playing_cards/svg-playing-cards
If you are looking in adding cards to a text that you write in LaTeX then the
pst-poker package is useful, see http://web.mit.edu/foley/games/Arcadia/sr/poker/poker-doc.pdf
I was looking for a 4-color plain poker deck and was able to generate one. Many other options for SVG playing cards.