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Pathfinder's, the Animal Totem Deck has 83 animal cards (and 4 index cards) by 39 different artists. It features dozens of animals, both great and small, from all over the world.
The cards of the Paul O'Mara Tarot are an ongoing map of the artist's life, and have been worked on for years. The art is a slick collage style of photographic elements. Now seeking a publisher.
The Paulina Tarot builds a magical, whimsical natural world through its 78 cards. Paulina Cassidy's artistic style is incredibly intricate and full of detail, coloured with watercolour washes in muted hues. It's a little bit Victorian, a little Tim Burton-esque, and very enchanting.
The Pearls of Wisdom Tarot has 78 vivid, colourful, busy scenes that are full of life. The artist calls the deck a 'painted journey' through the tarot, that allows the reader to find their own pearls of wisdom in the images. Now in its second edition, which has dark instead of white borders and an expanded companion book.
The Pen Tarot sprang from the artist's inspiration and obsession with tarot, channeled into 23 skilfully illustrated cards. There are 22 majors plus an extra card called The Artist - that have been drawn from life in pen, coloured ink, and crayon with a little digital touching-up. It is available from the artist as a limited edition of 100 signed and numbered sets.
The Personal Power Tarot is a 22 card deck, designed to increase personal power. The paintings on the cards were developed independently, but work together as a deck to help you say yes to life and positive change.
The Personal Tarot is as much an exploration of the illustration media as a tarot deck. These unpublished cards are a number of different styles from abstract to lifelike.
According to the Pet Owner's Tarot (which is really an oracle deck), happiness is a pig in mud, and wisdom is an owl perched in a tree. A cute deck, which can be difficult to find.
For some reason, the art in the Phantasmagoric Theater Tarot reminds me of Rugrats cartoons. It has slightly crazy and surreal tarot deck with a clashingly bright art style and symbols personal to the author.
The Phantomwise Tarot was painted in acrylics in black and white and shades of gray. The name is taken from a Lewis Carroll poem and the deck itself contains a bit of Wonderland whimsy and quirkiness. The full deck is still in progress, but there is a 22-card edition published by Adam McLean out now.