Browse All Decks from A - Z
The Jamie Hankin Tarot is an elegant artistic photography deck of 22 cards. It features three female models, and was created originally as a promotional piece for the artist.
The Jan Woudhuysen Tarot is a 22-card deck published in 1979. It has simple, folksy, and lighthearted, pen and ink drawings in black and white. The cards and book are available for download at Jan's website.
The Japaridze Tarot is a fine art tarot of 78 cards with original artwork by Parisian contemporary artist, Nino Japaridze. Her tarot artwork is bold and evocative, exploring tarot symbolism through collage-style surrealistic paintings. Published in a deluxe set by US Games, and with a full-colour 176-page companion book.
The artwork of this self-titled Polish Tarot deck is exotic and unusual, colourful and busy. The Jasniak Tarot cards have gold borders and titles in English and Polish.
The Javanese Folktales Tarot draws its inspiration from the legends and stories of the cultural melting-pot of Java, an island in Indonesia. The 22 cards show elegant, masked figures and stylised scenery. Now published in a limited edition by Adam McLean.
The Jean Noblet Tarot is a Marseilles variant from 1650, restored and with a few missing cards added by French Tarot historian and artist Jean-Claude Flornoy. The deck has 78 cards and a useful 64-page booklet in a cardboard box.
The Jesus Deck is made for playing card games, it has four suits, corresponding to Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, and two jokers. The artwork is somewhat unfocused and reminiscent of Bible quote posters at Sunday School.
The Joie de Vivre Tarot is the second deck from Paulina Cassidy (the first was the Paulina Tarot. It's in Paulina's unique artistic style but brighter, less complex, and less busy than her previous deck.
The Jolanda Tarot is a reprint of the Swedish Witch Tarot, named after the magickal name of the creator, Jolanda den Tredjes. This version has purple instead of grey borders around the line art illustrations.
These cards, by Jonathan Dee and artist Shirley Barker, have been published as part of several beginner sets. The tarot symbolism has been redrawn and simplified, and the suits have unillustrated pip cards.