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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.
The Philosopher's Stone Self-Awareness Deck is more commonly used for self-awareness. Each card depicts rocks, some with faces and some in groups. Card names are printed in three different languages.
The Philosopher's Stone Tarot is a complete deck with art created with computer graphics programs and inspired by the artist's website. It follows the Waite tradition with some updates to better reflect the 21st century manner of thought.
Titled in Italian, Paola's Phoenix Tarot deck has been created in an unusual, beautiful and very striking style that looks almost like layers of coloured paper. Previously known as Paola Angelotti's Tarot while unpublished, it's now in print as the Phoenix Tarot.
These cards of the Physical Egg Tarot show a photograph of an egg placed on a sand backgound. It's a novel concept - all 22 major arcana painted entirely on empty egg shells.
Pick Your Numbers! is an unconventional 81-card tarot deck that is designed to help your luck in games of chance that require certain numbers to win (think lotteries, racing or sports scores).
The Pictarot is a dual-use tarot deck. The 22 major arcana are influenced by the Thoth Tarot, and feature creatures from contemporary character design. The minors are identical to playing cards, and can be used on their own.
The Pictorial Key Tarot is a modernisation of the Rider-Waite Tarot images, very similar in symbolism to the original but not quite a clone. Created in a computer-generated style, the 78 cards are detailed and reasonably lifelike, but have a slightly perfect, plastic look.