The Michelangelo Tarot is inspired by and illustrated in the style of the Italian artist, Michelangelo. The tarot scenes are rely heavily (and successfully) on body language to convey the meaning. From Lo Scarabeo and the artist who also created the Giotto Tarot, Bruegel Tarot and the Medieval Tarot.
Tarot Deck - 78 Cards - Lo Scarabeo 2012
Michelangelo Tarot review by Tom Santomartino
Although almost a Rider Waite Smith clone, the Michelangelo Tarot has some interesting features that command one's attention and diverges significantly in some of its imagery. Done in the style of Michelangelo's artwork the deck has a harmonious pastel coloration that is serene to look at. The card stock is durable and a good size for holding in one's hands, but not so small as to make it awkward to hold for people with large hands like myself. The card backs are reversible and has a somewhat architectural look about it.
Many of the figures are either scantily clad or naked and there is some male frontal nudity, so those who are distressed by the sight of male genitalia might find those images unacceptable--but all the nudity in the deck is tastefully done.
Similar Decks to Michelangelo TarotTheme: Art Styled
Creator: Bruegel Tarot, Giotto Tarot, Medieval Tarot by Guido Zibordi
More About These CardsName: Michelangelo Tarot
Creators: Guido Zibordi
Publisher: Lo Scarabeo 2012
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Major Arcana: 22
Minor Arcana: 56
Card Back: Reversible
Companion Material: Little white booklet.