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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.
The Fantod Pack is an oracle deck - a humourous take on tarot. Amongst its 20 black and white cards are titles like 'The Limb' and 'The Waltzing Mouse'. Originally published in Esquire magazine in the sixties, it's also been published as a deck and booklet edition since.
The Far Sight Lenormand is a wonderfully illustrated 40 card deck from Australian artist, Helen Meinicke, featuring Australian flora and fauna and local scenes and scenery. The set has the traditional 36 Lenormand cards plus 3 optional cards and a blank card. Self-published in a limited edition of 75 decks.
The Far Sight Tarot is a beautifully detailed, original tarot deck from Australian artist Helen Meinicke. Filled with personal imagery and meaning, the scenes are local to her home town of Brisbane, Australia. The set, with cards and companion book, was published in first edition of 50 decks in 2006, and again in a limited edition in 2016.
The Fatal Fortune Tarot was commissioned to accompany the Lottie Baldwin mystery series, books which feature a heroine who is a psychic and reads the Tarot to solve mysteries. The cards appear in every book, and are available from the author in a very limited handmade edition.
The Faulkner Tarot is a black and white photographic deck, featuring images of everyday life and pictures of the artist's husband and five children. It's a 78-card modern deck, and captures the tarot meaning through images of real life. A percentage of sales of the deck also goes to cancer charities.
The Favole Tarot features gothic art by Spanish illustrator, Victoria Frances. The cards are dark and romantic but somewhat depressing - even the Sun card has a feeling of bleakness. While the deck has lushly illustrated majors, it follows the European tradition in the minors and has repetitive pip cards instead of tarot scenes.
The Fellowship of the Fool Tarot has 78 lush and lively watercolour cards, reflecting the life of and worlds travelled by the artist. The deck blends Paganism and realm of fantasy with 21st century life. It's been self-published and is available from the artist.
The Fenestra Tarot is a pretty deck, with 78 soft, watercolour, almost sepia-toned cards. It roughly follows the Rider-Waite format in the tarot scenes, surrounding them with large, decorative borders. New from US Games.