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The Fairy Tarot Mini is the pocket-sized, miniature edition of the cute and charming Fairy Tarot from Antonio Lupatelli. The 78 cards are whimsical and feature gnomes, fairies, elves and sylphs.
The Fairy-tale Tarot for Children is a computer collage deck with loud, cheery, childish images based largely on Russian fairy tales. The 78 card deck is unpublished and still in progress.
The Fairytale Oracle combines several fairytale themes and characters in its 40 colourful cards, and examines the light as well as shadow aspects of these popular archetypes. The deck is self-published but the artist is also seeking a publisher.
The Fairytale Tarot is new from the talented creators of the Tarot of Prague and the Baroque Bohemian Cats' Tarot. Drawn in a Central European style, the cards have a Rider-Waite basis and illustrate stories from the well known Cinderella and Snow Queen to lesser known tales. Rachel Pollack also collaborated with the companion book.
The Fallen Angel Oracle Cards has 72 cards for insight and prediction. "Every legendary villain has a story ultimately more fascinating than his hero counterpart. These fallen angels are no exception: cast out from heaven, the subversive spirits in this deck have committed at least one of the seven deadly sins to secure their place in the legions of the damned."
The Fantastic Menagerie Tarot has original artwork based on 19th century drawings by French artist, J. J. Grandville. The witty, detailed cards are based on the Rider-Waite pattern and feature fantastical human-like animals. Another deck from the very talented combination of Karen Mahony and Alex Ukolov from baba studio.
The Fantastical Creatures Tarot has 78 cards of mythical creatures, fantasy animals and legendary races, painted in watercolours in Lisa Hunt's beautiful and detailed style. It's based on the Rider-Waite, but in this deck Swords are associated with Fire and Wands with Air.
A magical fantasy interpretation of the Rider-Waite. The Fantastical Tarot card borders are gold and cards are traditionally named, while the artwork style is unique, wonderfully complex, and occasionally gothic.
The Fantastico Viaggio di un Manichino, which roughly translates to 'The Fantastic Voyage of a Mannequin,' is a 22-card deck from Osvaldo Menegazzi. Each large-size card pictures a faceless wooden puppet in modern and slightly surreal surroundings.
Now out of print, the Fantasy Showcase Tarot was originally published in 1980. Each card of fantasy art was created by a different artist, and six extra cards have been added to the deck.