Lars-Kristian Holmsen Tarot
The Lars-Kristian Holmsen Tarot is a 78-card deck that simply goes by the name of 'tarot', published in Norway. The art is stark, with very colourful elements on a dark purple background, and pip style minor cards.
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Tarot Deck - 78 Cards - Chartwell Books
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Lars-Kristian Holmsen Tarot review by Strange2
The Lars-Kristian Holmsen Tarot is an inviting, inexpensive deck-and-book combination which is suitable for all ages. The artwork is reminiscent of children’s book illustrations: simple, brightly colored, and a bit whimsical. (The Lithuanian artist Vaida Gastiunaite has also illustrated a book of Hans Christian Anderson stories.) Although the artwork is stylistically simple, it very effectively and creatively captures the archetypal essence of the Tarot cards. In its style and cost it is similar to the Tarot Nova deck from Running Press.
The deck is not really “named”, but is simply called “Tarot, by Lars-Kristian Holmsen” on the packaging. (I call it the H-G Tarot, short for Holmsen-Gasiunaite.) The deck and companion book are packaged in a ...
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Name: Lars-Kristian Holmsen Tarot
Publisher: Chartwell Books
Deck Type: Tarot Deck