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The Quantum Tarot explores the polar extremes of modern physics, the vast reaches of outer space, and the ultra-microscopic world of subatomic space through its visually striking cards. The deck aims to give poetic and symbolic expression to the dry theory of science. Now available in a 22-card limited edition from Adam McLean, and now a 78-card edition.
The Quantum Tarot combines modern theories of physics and quantum mechanics with tarot, through vivid space images from NASA and the Hubble telescope. The 78-card deck is a collaboration from Kay Stopforth and Chris Butler, who also created the 2nd edition of the Universe Cards. Previously released as a 78-card, borderless, gilt-edged edition from Kunati, it's now also been reprinted by Lo Scarabeo.
The Quantum Tarot combines modern theories of physics and quantum mechanics with tarot, through vivid space images from NASA and the Hubble telescope. It's now out in a reworked second edition from Lo Scarabeo, with two extra cards, some changed images, and new black borders.
The Quel Tarot (formerly Friends and Familiar Tarot) is being created as a way to honour and express appreciation for the artist's loved ones, as each card is part of the story of people in her life. The 22-card deck blends the Rider-Waite and Thoth traditions, and uses B.O.T.A colour correspondences.
Created in 3D modelling software, thee Quest Tarot cards are luminous, dreamlike and vivid. The 79 card deck has also been designed to be similar to a ouija board for divinatory use.
The Quick and Easy Tarot attempts to simplify the use of Tarot cards. It has very large orange and blue borders with printed upright and reversed card meanings, around illustrations from the Universal Waite Tarot.
The Quilter's Tarot is a work in progress, a Tarot deck designed in coloured pencil on quilt block patterns. So far the majors are almost complete, and the artist is aiming to have the full deck complete by 2010.