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The Afrot Tarot is a set of 78 tarot cards, created using multiple different media - acrylic, oils, sharpies, paint pens and more - to signify the many types of skin tones and creeds of people of African descent.
The After Tarot shows what might have happened next in each scene in the 78 Rider-Waite cards. The illustrations are an a close reproduction of Pamela Colman-Smith's original artistic style. It's a very creative concept, and a companion deck to the Tarot of the New Vision.
The Aix Tarot is a minimalist but decorative tarot inspired by the idea of communicating the meaning of the Rider-Waite Tarot cards in as few symbols as possible. The 78 cards will be printed in white, light grey and silver, and the artist is seeking a publisher for the deck.
The Akron Tarot is a German set with 80 cards and a large 395 companion book. The surreal Tarot scenes depart from standard imagery and emphasise the female energies.
The Alabaster Tarot was originally started as a project to practice Photoshop skills, by creating freehand drawings in the software that were based upon the Rider-Waite imagery. It's very much a clone, though the faces of the people were left blank in this deck, to make them more universal.
The Alan Tarot Deck has 78 cards in the tarock style. The majors and courts have double-ended, exotic art deco style illustrations created by Orell in 1910, while the numbered suit cards are simple playing cards.
Another of the several re-coloured versions of the Rider-Waite Tarot deck. Pamela Colman-Smith's artwork is copied exactly and re-coloured. There are several similar tarot decks, but the Albano-Waite Tarot is loudly coloured, sometimes garishly so.
The Alchemical Emblem Tarot uses alchemical emblems coloured by Adam McLean, their imagery arranged into a 22 card tarot deck by the prolific tarot designer, F.J. Campos. Now available in a limited edition majors-only set.
Inspired by the spiritual alchemy of the Rosicrucians, the Alchemical Tarot is full of alchemical symbolism and explains "the beliefs of the elixirs that make up the substance of life." Card art is hand-drawn in style reminiscent of comic books. Now reprinted as the Alchemical Tarot: Renewed.
Twenty two tarot images based upon drawings and etching from old alchemical manuscripts. The originals were painted onto glazed tiles, but the cards in this Alchemical Tarot have been re-painted.