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Russian published, the Karmic Tarot deck has reasonably life-like looking, prettily illustrated majors and court cards, but plain pips for the minors.
Karty Tarot is the title of a Polish deck of 78 cards, and it simply means 'Tarot Cards'. The images are mostly black and white inside dark gold borders, with some colour accents in the pip-style minor arcana. From the creator of the Jasniak Tarot.
Kayne's Celtic Tarot is an unpublished but complete set of majors. The cards are well-illustrated with a Celtic theme, using the story of Taleisin to show meaning in the cards. Now available as a poster-sized print which can be made into your own deck.
A richly coloured 80 card gold-foil deck, the Kazanlar Tarot is a mix of elements from the artist's European and Middle Eastern heritage, plus astrological, Hebrew and esoteric assocations.
Published on CD-ROM, the Kei Tarot is an interesting digital tarot deck uses photographic images in a decoupage or collage style.
Keijuoraakkeli is a Finnish-published Fairy Oracle deck of 44 cards. The rather pretty acrylic-painted cards are divided into the four seasons, which symbolise life's journey. The deck and booklet is in Finnish, but is available with a leaflet translated into English.
Kendra's Vintage Petit Lenormand is a vintage-style Lenormand deck, but with 54 cards instead of the usual 36. It's been designed to allow the reader to choose cards to their taste and assemble their own deck. Self-published and available from the Game Crafter.
The Kilted Rubber Chicken Tarot is an off-the-wall deck from Beth Seilonen. It has 78 cards with rubber chickens in a hand-drawn emulation of Marseille-style decks. Self-published in a very limited and sold out edition of 35 decks.
The Kinetic Tarot has 78 cards designed to embody the energy and warmth of life through hand-drawn cards that speak to the meaning of each card. The simplified cards focus on human close-ups and body language rather than standard tarot symbolism.
The King Solomon Cards are reading cards that relate directly to ancient Jewish symbols, containing King Solomon seals and the "72 names of God". The 36 cards have illustrated scenes overlaid with Hebrew letters and metaphysical symbols.