Abstract Tarot Decks
Tarot decks with artwork consisting of abstract designs.
The Atavist Tarot is a non-traditional and original deck, with abstract images from various sources on its fully illustrated cards. Recommended for more experienced readers.
The cards of this Taro, by occult writer and artist Ithell Colquhoun, are reminiscent of Rorschach ink blots. The images were made by pouring enamel paint onto a flat sheet of paper, for a swirling abstract effect. It's a full 78 card deck, now in print from Adam McLean more than thirty years after it was originally created.
The Devas of Creation is a 72-card oracle deck for working with the Devas, the multi-dimensional energies or 'Shining Ones', as described by Sanskrit mystics. The 72 cards move from The Void, Divinity and the Angelic Realms through to The Planets, The Seasons and Earth environments and are designed for multiple uses - meditation, therapy, or working through negative energies.
The Gypsy Palace Tarot is a 78-card deck with incredibly vivid images, exploding with colour and movement. The cards are non-traditional and somewhat abstract, filled with both real and imaginary creatures, and intended for both tarot and creative games. The deck is the result of a successful crowdfunding campaign, and is now self-published by the artist.
The Illuminate! Life Journey Cards has 42 evocative, abstract cards by artist Linda Clayton and psychologist and counselor, Dr. Jan Seward. Designed for professionals who lead others to self-awareness, as well as those who seek self-clarity.
The Intuitive Tarot has 78 original paintings for developing your intuition, creative subconscious, and self-improvement. The card art is mostly abstract and has a slight Thoth Tarot flavour though follows the Rider-Waite more closely in tradition.
The Langustl Tarot has 78 bold, high-contrast acrylic paintings of the Tarot energies, simplified and lively expressions of form and colour. This striking deck is illustrated using the visual language of fairy tales and children's storybooks, bringing a similar feel to the cards.
The Magus Deck is a set of 54 Oracle cards set in the mythical lands of Balhundorra. Intended to be a gateway into the deep unconscious for personal growth and predictive game, it has otherworldly, brightly coloured art.
The Rotin Tarot is an enigmatic, abstract black and white deck. It has 22 minimalistic cards that work with the polarities and dark and light. Now the eighth deck to be published in a limited edition by Adam McLean.
The Serpentfire Tarot is a surrealist, abstract 78-card deck of collaged artwork. It's themed around magick and mysticism, and the Goddess in all her incarnations. Self-published and available from the artist.
The SotoTarot has a combination of intuitive, psychic, empathic and dream interpretative flavours in its 78 colourfully psychedelic cards. It was created during a four day fever vision by Eric Soto, a professional tarot reader. Self-published and available through The Game Crafter.
The Tarocco di Luce is a majors-only, self-published Italian Tarot deck, with a title that translates as the 'Tarot of Light'. The cards have attractive, somewhat abstract art, with faceless people, and the dominant figures drawn in a kind of dark knot-work, on a light coloured-pencil background.
Tarot de Boig (Tarot of the Fool in Catalan), is a set of 22 original artistic canvases by British figurative and symbolist painter, Ben J. Gross. While keeping its roots in the Tarot de Marseille, the art is also influenced by Dali, Bosch, Chagall, Bacon and others. Prints of the major arcana are available from the artist, and the minor arcana are in progress.
The Tarot de Pumariega is a Spanish Tarot deck of 78 cards that has an abstract, violently colourful, and humorous style. The cards remind me in artistic style of the Sakki-Sakki Tarot.
The Tarot of Cosmic Consciousness has 78 abstract, colourful cards that explore tarot's relationship with sacred geometry, Qabala and astrology. The deck is designed to help the user find their way to spiritual self-transformation and healing.
The Tarot of Transformation is an interpretation of tarot with a focus on self-change and transformation. The card images are abstract and vibrant, and each is titled with a spiritual phrase.
The Oreste Zevola is a French Tarot of with abstract designs of black and red on its very long cards. The style is extremely consistent across the deck, and it's hard to tell cards apart at first glance.
The Terrestrial Tarot has 82 non-traditional cards of insectoid and alien-looking Tarot imagery. Each card has a symmetrical image of animal parts in a predominant colour. The deck also has four extra cards for Fire, Earth, Water and Air.
The White Light Tarot is an inclusive, positive deck that incorporates the reiki energy system and tarot into unique paintings. It's designed to "bring white light into otherwise darkened areas of our lives and to facilitate natural healing".
The Wyzard of Odd Tarot is an eclectic blend of tarot, geometry, runes and music, with 78 illustrations formed from a unique method of incense smoke photography. The first edition of 52 decks is sold out, but the second edition is coming soon and is available for pre-order.