For those that grew up with Lotería, the images have become a mini flashback to your childhood.
And now, thanks to Mexican-American artist Felix d'Eon, those images are a little more inclusive.
When asked about his inspiration, d'Eon told BuzzFeed, "The cards in the original deck have a kind of power, like the images in a tarot deck, and I liked the idea of claiming that heritage and imagery and giving it a new, queer, context."
His cards, sold on his Etsy store, can take anywhere from a couple of hours to a couple of days to finish.
And he's done 39 so far with plans to make 15 more, for a total of 54 cards in his "La Lotería d'Eon."
Some of the 54 cards don't have an original counterpart though, instead incorporating slang and spanish double-entendre.
But with all of his cards he wants "to celebrate queer beauty in all its forms," he strives to be inclusive and body positive.
And creates the cards in a vintage-style deliberately to "present a queer history that most certainly did take place, but which could not in the past be told."