In Gloria et Honor poetically deconstructs gender stereotypes through images of a remote past in which warriors and their weapons no longer represent violence, but instead nostalgia and heroism. In the trays, woodblock prints illustrate the book "Opera Nova dell'Arte delle Armi", of the Italian Achille Marozzo (1484-1553), first published in 1536. On the images of fencing fighters, Fábio Carvalho applied a collage of Victorian decorative patterns such as flowers, insects and birds. For the card deck box, the artist used reproductions of illustrations by the German Hans Burgkmair (1473-1531), from the book "Turnierbuch", first published in 1540. Over this representation of knights and soldiers, several Victorian bird illustrations have been applied. These overlays add a touch of humour to what before was meant to be solemn and sumptuous, transforming this set through beautiful imaginary, exotic and fun, yet with a touch of nobleness and indulgence.