Tarot D

The Tarot D: Didactic Tarot is the culmination of a ten year exploration of tarot symbolism and creativity. The artwork is powerful: highly detailed, comic-book like and masculine in feel. The deck has 102 cards, including an extra 'Pause' suit and two extras in each suit. The companion book by the artist explains the complete mythology and symbolism behind each card.

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Created by Jeffrey M. Donato
Tarot Deck - 102 Cards - Schiffer Books 2015



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Tarot D review by medusawink

When does a tarot deck cease to be a tarot deck? When it has less than 78 cards? More than 78 cards – how many more? Has the standard 78 card deck stood the test of time because it is perfect the way it is, or because people are too intimidated to challenge the status quo? What about when a deck has more than a few extra cards, it has a whole new suit?

Jeffrey Donato’s Didactic Tarot skates right along the edge of fulfilling the requirements for being a tarot deck, or perhaps it is part of a new landscape of visionary decks exploring the boundaries of traditional tarot.

Influenced by Eastern philosophy and a broad spectrum of myth and world tales, Tarot D explores ideas of the search for enlightenment and purpose, as well as mortality/immortality and rebirth. Each suit can... read more reviews or write a review.



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More About These Cards

Name: Tarot D
Creators: Jeffrey M. Donato
Publisher: Schiffer Books 2015
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Cards: 102
Major Arcana: 22
Minor Arcana: 90
Card Language: None
Card Back: Reversible
Back Design: Geometric circular and triangular design in bright sections of colour with a surrounding white border

Companion Material: 160-page companion book by Jeffrey M. Donato






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