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This is the earlier black-and-white edition of the Daughters of the Moon Tarot. The 75 cards are round and approach Tarot from a feminist and feminine perspective.
David's Tarot is self-published and has 78 black and white cards. The Tarot scenes are simple and are meant to be used as a 'jumping off point' for the imagination. Now available as a printable PDF version from the artist.
The Decadent Dream Tarot pays homage to artists of the later Victorian era, in particular those from the Pre-Raphaelite, Symbolist, Decadent and Art Nouveau movements. Artworks from the era have been carefully chosen to match each of the 78 cards.
The Decameron Tarot is for adults only. It aims to show love without mystery, and its 78 cards are fully illustrated with men and woman in many and various sexual positions.
Deck 777 contains 'Cabalistic Correspondence Cards', a combination majors-only tarot deck and set of magickal flash cards. Listed on the face of each card are dozens of correspondences, from Hebrew letters to musical notes, weapons to candle colours.
The Deck of 1000 Spreads is a unique deck of 65 oversized 'spread cards', each with a spread position name and description printed on the card. It's designed to make it easy to create your own tarot spreads with your own tarot cards.
The Deck of the Bastard was created to be a useable vintage deck: based on the Rider-Waite system, with illustrated minors, in English, and with keywords for both upright and reversed positions. It's a compilation of historical decks, including the Rider-Waite, Soprafino, Etteilla and others, and looks genuinely antique but without the downsides. Available in a quality, customisable edition from the artist.
The Deck of the Dead has 78 cards created from vintage etchings and prints, all themed around Death. Each card has been edited to fit the Rider-Waite system and the minors are fully illustrated. Self-published by the artist, it's available in three different sizes.
The Deck of the Dreamers has bright colours and vivid imagery, it was designed to be a dream-like take on the traditional Tarot deck and works very well. It is unpublished, and after a long break, being updated by the artist.
The Decktet has 36 cards divided into six suits: moons, leaves, suns, waves, wyrms and knots. The images are double-ended, sometimes mirrored and on others with reversed variations. It's primarily for card games but can also be used for fortune-telling. The deck is available online for free or there is a low-cost printed version.