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The Crow Tarot is for those drawn to the energy and imagery of these intelligent birds - crows and ravens. The 78 cards are illustrated in a skilled, dynamic style of digital collage. The set comes with a guidebook also written by the artist.
The Crow's Magick Tarot is the second deck created by artist Londa. The cards have a very dark feel, probably because most of the scenes have a black background. I'm not sure how the symbols relate to traditional tarot, but the images are powerful.
The Cruel Thing Tarot is a darkly elegant gothic tarot deck, printed entirely in black, white and red. The minors aren't fully scenic but have more interest than plain pips.
The Crystal Ally Cards use crystals and their healing powers to help to explain archetypal stages or initiations in one's life path. The gemstone and crystal images look like computer generated art, though the colours used are bright and vibrant.
The Crystal Grid Oracle is designed to help deepen your intuition and bring about healing and growth. Each of the 36 cards features a photograph of a carefully arranged crystal mandala laid out on a wooden table. Produced entirely by the artist - from crystal choice to photography and design work - the deck is available now in a self-published edition.
The Crystal Oracle has 44 full-colour cards with photographs of crystals and minerals. Each crystal is named on the card, and they include rose quartz to agates to gold. Packaged in sturdy cardboard case with a 44-page companion booklet. From Toni Carmine Salerno, author of the Cat Wisdom Cards and the Universal Love Oracle.
Crystal Portraits: a mineralogical folklore deck sprang from a shared affection for crystals by creators Katie Rose Pipkin and Olivia Pepper. The 24 cards have simple illustrations of crystals, with notes and uses of the stone printed on the reverse.
The Crystal Tarot links tarot with crystal therapy. The major arcana have fairly standard imagery, but the minors are non-scenic. The illustrations were created by the same artist as the cards of the Art of Tarot.
The Crystal Tarots has multi-coloured cards with an art nouveau and stained glass look. The This is the 78 card edition, which was first published as a 22-card art deck, the Tarocchi di Vetro. The minors in the 78-card edition are a re-working of card designs originally by Eudes Picards.
The Crystal Visions Tarot is a tarot of fantasy art, based on Rider-Waite symbolism and structure but given unique illustration. Prints of the cards can be purchased from the artist. The deck is also now complete and published by US Games.