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The Aleph Tarot was published in 1994, printed for the Musée Lilim in France, an association for collaborative arts that is dedicated to the 'myth of Lilith and her children'. The 22 watercolour paintings are detailed yet soft, and reminiscent of Thoth imagery. Now also the latest of Adam McLean's Art Tarot publications, some twelve years after the original printing.
The All Bears Tarot is a colourful, collage-style deck using photographic images of bears - pandas, polar bears, grizzlies and more. All of the proceeds from the deck go towards bear rescues and shelters.
The All Hallow's Tarot is a modern, Halloween-themed art tarot of 22 cards, featuring goths, ghosts, punks, mediums and more. It's been self-published in a limited-edition run of 50 decks with small size, laminated cards. Now also available in a full 78 card edition.
The All Hallows Tarot, previously only available in a 22 card set, is a now full 79 card deck (the regular 78 plus a Happy Squirrel card). It has a modern Halloween theme, with strange people emerging from the dark - goths, ghosts, punks and mediums - drawn in Robyn's trademark style.
The Alamamand Lenormand is a black-and-white 36 card Lenormand deck, designed and printed so the cards can be coloured in. Published in a limited edition of 100 decks.
Mab, Oberon and other leaders of the Fae feature in the sumptuous major arcana of this French tarot deck, while the court card characters are drawn from Amber, a sci-fi fantasy series. The minor arcana of the Amber Tarot are, unfortunately, plain pip cards.
The American Renaissance Tarot is a literary-themed 78-card tarot, featuring 36 American writers and depicting scenes of great American literature from the years 1825-1875. The major arcana focus on Transcendentalism and also tell the story of the abolition of slavery, while the minor arcana illustrates works from Herman Melville (Wands), Edgar Allen Poe (Swords), Nathaniel Hawthorne (Cups), and Frederick Douglass (Coins).
The Amun Ra Tarot has cards hand-drawn in Indian ink and rotary pen, with very minimal use of computer graphics programs. The art is intricate, and each card has many elements. This fascinating deck is currently available for online viewing only.
The Amy Brown Oracle is a 30-card oracle with pretty and feminine fairy images and a tarot basis. It has 22 major arcana, five elemental cards, and three Wild cards - Choice, Mystery and Passion. The set also includes a polarity coin and 14-sided die.
The Analytical Tarot cards are borderless paintings of unusual, non-traditional tarot scenes with faceless, slightly alien looking figures. Cards have been renamed in an attempt to reconstruct the basic meaning of the tarot.