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The Intuitive Tarot relies upon dreamy and meditative paintings to enchant. The cards are borderless and have no titles, only small numbers in black ink.
The Intuitive Tarot has 78 original paintings for developing your intuition, creative subconscious, and self-improvement. The card art is mostly abstract and has a slight Thoth Tarot flavour though follows the Rider-Waite more closely in tradition.
The IOSHI Oracle was channeled through clairvoyant, Rev. Francine Milano, from her guide, Ioshi. The 80 cards have vibrant computer-generated images and a single keyword meaning at the base of each card. The deck has been self-published and is available from the author.
Iowan's Tarot has an African-American theme with an urban feel, illustrated with digital collage and art. It was created so that the artist would have a deck that more closely reflected her ideals and beliefs.
The Ironwing Tarot depicts women only, and uses unique personal symbolism to celebrate the ancient craft of blacksmithing and its connection with shamanism. Now available in a signed limited edition of 200 copies.
Isabel's Tarot is a 78-card deck by German artist Isabel Krsnic. Inspired by the Rider-Waite, the cards were drawn in Corel Photo Paint software over a three year period.
The Isidore Tarot uses vintage illustrations by J.J. Granville to recreate the symbolism of the Rider-Waite. The 78 cards have collage style art with a combination of the original Victorian era illustrations, and the artist's own pen work. Available in a small limited edition, in the USA only.
The Isis Oracle has 44 cards inspired by the mysteries of the Ancient Egyptian goddess, Isis, to help the reader on the path towards spiritual mastery. The companion book contains guided meditations, rituals and visualisations to deepen the impact of the cards.
The ISIS Tarot de Marseille is based on the Conver Marseille from 1760. The ISIS (Institute of Study on Initiation and Symbolism) version updates the traditional cards to include more three-dimensional imagery and Japanese aesthetics.
The Isomorphic Tarot is a non-traditional deck, designed to be very systematic and binary, balanced and symmetrical. This 78-card deck uses extreme images, with light highs and dark lows to accentuate the contrast of the binary system.