Print-on-Demand Decks Tarot Decks
Tarot and Oracle decks self-published through and available from The Game Crafter, a print-on-demand website.
A Life Sketches a Tarot is an interesting blend, illustrating the symbolic tradition of the Rider-Waite in a more Thoth-related style. The 78-card deck is intended for meditation and prayer, and is available from Gamecrafter.
The Animism Tarot merges tarot and animal symbolism in a fully-illustrated 79-card deck. Each of its charming cards, originally painted in a textured acrylic, showcases a different animal. The deck (naturally) includes an extra Happy Squirrel card. Available from the artist through The Game Crafter.
The BlueDogRose Tarot is a watercolour deck of animal art, with simple images of domestic animals. In the suits, the Swords are Cats, Cups are Birds, Pentacles are Rodents, and Clubs are Dogs. The major arcana also feature goldfish, guinea pigs and rabbits. From the creator of the TaRat.
The Celestial Stick People Tarot is illustrated in a line-drawn style in neon colours on a dark background. The tarot symbolism on the 78 cards has been updated for a contemporary audience - the Chariot is a space shuttle, Swords are Quills and Wands are Brushes. It's a minimalist, modern, and unique deck.
The Cephalopod Tarot Deck is a 78-card deck that celebrates cephalopods in fact and legend -- the highly intelligent sea creatures including cuttlefish, octopus and squid. These very unique cards have been skilfully painted in watercolours. Self-published by the artist through The Game Crafter.
Drawing on tarot mythology, astrology and other occult disciplines, the Chalice Tarot was first begun in 1986. The cards are fully coloured with semi-abstract designs. It was first published as a 22 card set, and is now also in print as a full 78 card deck.
The CounterCulture Tarot is an incredibly thoughtful, considered tarot focusing on the alternative culture of 1960s America. Produced from original, vintage photographs by creator William Haigwood, the tarot cards feature people, politicians and scenes from the era. Now self published by the artist, along with a 650-page companion book.
The Everyman Tarot is a male-centric 78-card tarot created with men in mind. The familiar Rider-Waite imagery has been redrawn to reflect how modern men experience life and relate to the world around them. Each suit is associated with a male character: Mr Buttondown as the Swords, Mr Athletic as Cups, Mr Bear as Wands, and the deck designer himself appears in Pentacles.
The Golden Age of Hollywood Tarot is based on scenes and personalities from movies of the 1920s to the 1960s. The deck has 82 cards (there's an extra 'Veto' card in each suit), and many cards have been renamed to suit the theme. It's an accessible, practical and colourful deck, grounded in familiar popular culture. Now self-published via The Game Crafter.
The Isomorphic Tarot is a non-traditional deck, designed to be very systematic and binary, balanced and symmetrical. This 78-card deck uses extreme images, with light highs and dark lows to accentuate the contrast of the binary system.
The Kundalini Tarot has 78 black and white illustrations with influences from comic art, graphic design, and tattoo art. It's a deck of powerful feminine energy and imagery, inspired by and created under the influence of kundalini energy. Designed to help unleash your own creative energies.
The Lenormand Reloaded is a revamping of the traditional 36-card Lenormand deck. Created with digital mixed media techniques, it's designed to have eye-catching colour and clear symbolism.
Les Vieux Jours Lenormand is 36-card digital collage deck, inspired by emblematic art and dreamlike imagery. It's been designed to be richer in symbolism than the traditional Lenormand, and has vibrant eye-catching cards. Available in two editions: one simply with the cards and box, the other with a booklet.
The Numerical Tarotis an alternative to traditional Tarot, based on a theoretical model of existence based on natural patterns. It has 74 cards divided into four decks for the purposes of logic, balance and symmetry: 18 Majors, 36 Minors, 16 Court and 4 Quaternary cards. The cards are illustrated in black and white, and span the spectrum of human experience, positive and negative.
The Seasonal Tarot is the third non-traditional tarot deck from Guy Palm, built upon his symmetrical, binary, natural pattern-based model of existence. This 78-card deck uses a background of the four seasons through each suit and majors to accentuate the consistency of the binary system.
The Tarot Epitome updates the traditional tarot imagery for the contemporary world. The characters wear modern dress, horses become vehicles, the Sun features a swimming pool. This whimsical and still readable 78-card deck is self-published by the artist.
The Threefold Oracle is a divination and inspirational deck, consisting of three different sets of the 22 major arcana cards. Each set has been created in a different medium - watercolours, lino block prints, and mixed media.
Trionfi: Tarot Playing Cards is a set of 78 Anglo-American playing cards, designed for English speakers to play the Tarot, Tarock and Tarocchi games of continental Europe. The cards are double-ended and have imagery based on 19th century European tarots.
The Wickwillow Tarot is designed to transcend any particular theme, and offer deep symbolism without being too esoteric. It has 78 colourful cards, loosely based on stained glass and mosaic art. They're also borderless and without numbers, titles, or other distractions.
The Zombie Apocalypse Tarot is a gruesome take on the Rider-Waite, featuring zombies, the undead and plenty of blood. The 79-card deck (there's an extra major titled 'Undeath') has photographic imagery that makes the apocalytic feel entirely plausible.