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The Icelandic Tarot is an interesting black and white tarot deck. The art is simple and somewhat abstract, using blocks of solid colour rather than sharp detail. The cards have the titles in English, and short phrases and keywords at the base.
The Illuminate! Life Journey Cards has 42 evocative, abstract cards by artist Linda Clayton and psychologist and counselor, Dr. Jan Seward. Designed for professionals who lead others to self-awareness, as well as those who seek self-clarity.
The Illuminated Tarot deck is another recoloured version of the Rider-Waite... but these are no ordinary colours. Every part of the scene glows with luminous brilliance. The cards live up to their name.
Developed to accompany the Orphalese Tarot software, the Imperatrix Tarot is a variation on the Tarot of Marseilles, with sharper lines and eye-catching, contrasting colours.
The Imperial Dragon Oracle, though named an oracle, is actually a 22-card deck of over-sized tarot cards. The images are by fantasy artist Peter Pracownik, who also did the Dragon Tarot.
The Impressionist Tarot pays homage to the artists of 19th century France, with 78 cards in Parisian style and feeling. The suits of Wands is based on Manet's art, Cups are Monet, Swords are Van Gogh, Pentacles are Degas and the majors are a mix of the French artists.
The Indie Wild Rune Oracle is a 24-card rune card oracle deck, inspired by the Futhark runes and the Northern gods. Each card has a whimsical, Wiccan-influenced scene illustrating each individual rune.
The Indigo Angel Oracle are designed to offer support and guidance for 'Indigo' children and adults (those who are typically sensitive, with strong intuition and innate spirituality), and those who work with them. It has 44 cards with naturalistic, restful imagery.
The Individuum Universal Tarot is an unusual 80-card deck merging tarot, Lenormand and Kipper cards. It has 22 perception cards corresponding to the major arcana, 56 minor arcana in suits of Teeth, Nose, Brain and Hands, and two Jokers. It uses mostly photographic scenes as imagery, with very few familiar tarot symbols.
The Infinite Tarot is a deck inspired by elemental energies and titled a Tarot, but really isn't one. The Infinite Tarot has no major arcana, instead having four suits of nineteen cards each. The suits are named Earth, Sky, Water and Fire.