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Manara The Erotic Tarot (2/6)
Manara The Erotic Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 344px
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By Italian comic-book artist Milo Manara, this tarot is a mix of eroticism and fantasy. Its imagery is explicit, in the same way as the Casanova Tarot, but it doesn't go to the sexual extreme of the Priapo Tarot.
Shakespearian Tarot (6/6)
Shakespearian Tarot
Dimensions: 176px * 314px
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Based on Shakespeare's many and varied plays, the Shakespearian Tarot deck shows Romeo and Juliet as the Lovers, Hamlet as the Hanged Man and Lear the Hermit. Each card has a quote from a Shakespeare play which matches the image.
Le Millenaire Tarot de Marseilles (8/9)
Le Millenaire Tarot de Marseilles
Dimensions: 221px * 364px
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Le Millenaire Tarot de Marseilles is a modern tribute to the Marseilles tradition, and specifically to Nicholas Conver and the Marteau and Grimaud decks. Chris always saw the Marseilles decks as being witty and subversive, and his deck reflects this - it 'follows the basic tradition but has enough deviations, omissions, additions and eccentricities to infuriate the purist!'
Universal Goddess Tarot (5/7)
Universal Goddess Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 345px
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The Universal Goddess Tarot depicts 78 goddesses from cultures around the world, each representing an aspect of women, nature and the divine.
Three Cats Tarot (4/6)
Three Cats Tarot
Dimensions: 190px * 372px
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Digitally published, the Three Cats Tarot was inspired by the creator's three cats. The cards show partly human, partly feline people along with the standard Rider-Waite Tarot symbology.
Tarots of the Sphinx (4/6)
Tarots of the Sphinx
Dimensions: 180px * 324px
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An Ancient Egyptian deck by an Italian artist, the Tarots of the Sphinx deck shows scenes of Egyptian life in flat, two dimensional drawings reminscent of tomb wall paintings.
Phantasmagoric Theater Tarot (6/6)
Phantasmagoric Theater Tarot
Dimensions: 184px * 280px
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For some reason, the art in the Phantasmagoric Theater Tarot reminds me of Rugrats cartoons. It has slightly crazy and surreal tarot deck with a clashingly bright art style and symbols personal to the author.
Quantum Tarot: Version 2.0 (2/9)
Quantum Tarot: Version 2.0
Dimensions: 185px * 325px
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The Quantum Tarot combines modern theories of physics and quantum mechanics with tarot, through vivid space images from NASA and the Hubble telescope. It's now out in a reworked second edition from Lo Scarabeo, with two extra cards, some changed images, and new black borders.
Phoenix Tarot (4/6)
Phoenix Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 284px
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Titled in Italian, Paola's Phoenix Tarot deck has been created in an unusual, beautiful and very striking style that looks almost like layers of coloured paper. Previously known as Paola Angelotti's Tarot while unpublished, it's now in print as the Phoenix Tarot.
Crystal Ally Cards (2/3)
Crystal Ally Cards
Dimensions: 184px * 264px
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The Crystal Ally Cards use crystals and their healing powers to help to explain archetypal stages or initiations in one's life path. The gemstone and crystal images look like computer generated art, though the colours used are bright and vibrant.
Rider-Waite Tarot University Books (2/8)
Rider-Waite Tarot University Books
Dimensions: 185px * 317px
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This version of the Rider-Waite Tarot was published by University Books beginning in 1959. Its colours are more vivid than later editions - the blues and purples are almost electric - and the backs have a different design.
Love Tarot (5/6)
Love Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 324px
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The Love Tarot is a simple, majors-only set with collage cards of traditional Tarot imagery in a Victorian and classical looking style.
Epinal Tarot (5/5)
Epinal Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 347px
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The Tarot d'Epinal is a reproduction of a French deck from 1830, republished in the 1990s by Grimaud. It has 79 cards - the extra is called the 'Consultant' - and some trumps have been renamed.
Tarot for the School of Athens (1/3)
Tarot for the School of Athens
Dimensions: 178px * 330px
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The Tarot for the School of Athens a fan fiction by Suixinsuiyuan using the Saint Seiya characters. The artwork is by Tachibana is very fine in a naturalistic manga style. Needless to say this was self published in a small edition and will probably be impossible to source in a few years, like many self published Japanese tarot.
Alchemical Tarot: Renewed (5/7)
Alchemical Tarot: Renewed
Dimensions: 185px * 336px
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The Alchemical Tarot: Renewed is an updated edition of Robert Place's Alchemical Tarot. The new version has improved illustrations, an extra Lovers card to make a total of 79 cards in the deck, and smaller borders around the scenes.
Honto no Jibun o Shiru Uranai (2/2)
Honto no Jibun o Shiru Uranai
Dimensions: 597px * 310px
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Abstract figures populate the 22 cards of this unusual Japanese deck. The characters' elongated, rubbery features are executed in strange combinations of colors, making for an intriguing, if somewhat disconcerting, exploration of the standard major arcana archetypes.
Universal Marseille Tarot (1/8)
Universal Marseille Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 344px
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The Universal Marseille Tarot is based on a Swiss deck created in 1751 by by Claude Burdel, retaining the woodcat look but with more natural colour shading. It has now been published as a standalone deck, and is due to published later as a kit with a companion book written by Lee Bursten.
Journey to the Goddess Realm Oracle (3/6)
Journey to the Goddess Realm Oracle
Dimensions: 300px * 497px
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The Journey to the Goddess Realm Oracle has 39 cards dedicated to goddesses and female deities from around the world. This feminine deck of joyful and detailed cards has a modern feel and is designed to help with everyday decisions and daily guidance.
Undersea Tarot (2/6)
Undersea Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 324px
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The Undersea Tarot is illustrated by comic book artist, Frank Fradella, who also created images for the Fradella Adventure Tarot. This deck has fairly simple imagery of mermaids, mermen, fish, and real and fantasy inhabitants under the ocean waves.
Visionary Tarot (6/8)
Visionary Tarot
Dimensions: 184px * 241px
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The Visionary Tarot is a 78-card tarot with personal symbols. The majors feature a wooden doll, Wands are a paintbrush, Cups are Jars in Eastern art, Pentacles are stars and inspired by Egyptian mythology, while Swords remain guided by the Rider-Waite imagery. Published by the artist in a limited edition of 100 signed and numbered decks.
Titania's Fortune Cards (5/6)
Titania's Fortune Cards
Dimensions: 185px * 268px
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Titania's Fortune Cards are a modern reinterpretation of Mlle. Lenormand's Fortune Telling Cards. These cards are very simple - each featuring a single object - and are almost fluorescently coloured.