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The PoMo Taro by Brian Williams is only loosely associated with the traditional tarot archetypes, featuring renamed suits such as Bottles and Bills, and an interesting array of modern symbols. The art is simple, ink and watercolours.
Poppy's Love Cards is a set of over 200 cards specifically for providing precise answers to questions of love and relationships. It has no images, just matte-textured cards with text printed upright and reversed on the card.
Poppy's Tarot for the Workplace is a 215-card deck for oracular advice on work, business and career situations. It's divided into different sections and is read by selecting cards from each section. Like Poppy's Love Cards, there are no images, just upright and reversed text.
A self published, high quality tarot deck, the Portal Tarot has intricate computer-generated art on its twenty-two cards.
The Portland Tarot is a love letter to one of my favourite cities - Portland, Oregon in the USA - by local artist Theresa Pridemore. It features assorted weird and quirky characters set against backdrops from the city itself. The deck is an ongoing project: this is the 23-card majors only deck (there's an extra card that represents 'The Weird'). The complete 79-card deck is to come in future.
The Power Animal Oracle is a positive deck of 40 cards designed to connect you to the animal spirit guides in your life. The art is attractive and close to life in its depictions of the animals.
The Power Animal Tarot has simplistic cards without tarot symbolism, just close-up photographs of different animals that have had a graphics software filter applied to the images. At the top of each card, the title appears in four languages.
The Power Deck is a meditation deck showing photographic landscape scenes on the front of the cards and explanatory text and the meaning on the back. The Power Tarot is unusual in that the pictures are postcard shaped instead of portrait style like a normal deck.
Red, blue, green and yellow have been used to great effect in the Power of Four Colours Tarot to create abstract tarot pieces on a white background with electric blue borders.
The 25 large cards of the Power of the Runes deck each illustrate a rune through a scene of old Norse life, drawn in a storybook style and surrounded by a knotwork border.