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The Steampunk Tarot is a 78-card digital collage tarot, marrying post-modernism and tribalism. In the words of the artist, "The Steampunk Tarot builds a rusty metal bridge to the edge of your subconscious." The deck is self-published, available in various sizes and small-print editions.
The Steampunk Tarot is a Rider-Waite based deck illustrated by English artist, Aly Fell, and with a companion book written by experienced tarotist, Barbara Moore. The darkly hued cards have a realistic mix of Victoriana, magic and mechanics in the tarot scenes, with tarot cards themselves featuring in several cards.
The Steampunk Tarot reveals an opulent and technological empire through the steampunk essentials of Victoriana, adventure and machines. The majors are linked with the Gods of the Machine, and the suits are Airships, Engines, Submersibles and Leviathans.
The Steele Wizard Tarot is a hauntingly lovely and lifelike looking tarot deck with 28 majors and 60 minor cards. Each card has a thickly ornate border which is decorated differently for the major arcana and each minor suit. Now available in a deck-and-book set from the artist.
Stella's Simple Tarot is a majors-only deck from Japan with interesting art, deep colours and figures with small heads on large, full-costumed bodies.
Stella's Tarot is the 78-card version of the deck by Stella Kaoruko, previously published in a 22-card edition. The art is colourful, pretty and detailed, with a reasonably traditional basis to the symbolism on its 78 fully-illustrated cards.
The Stick Figure Tarot is a wonderful humourous deck, using all the essential Tarot symbology and artwork hand-drawn in black on white. Minimalistic tarot at its finest, but now unfortunately out of print.
The Stickee Critters Tarot is a whimsical tarot deck based directly on the Rider-Waite Tarot, with characters that are animal stick figures. It was created on the request of the artist's son and is a cute deck suited for a younger audience.
The Stolen Child Tarot is a self-published labour of love from Monica Knighton, creator of the Tarot of the Dead. It's a 22 card deck, inspired by a Yeats poem of the same name.
The Stone Circle Oracle has 45 cards with detailed and colourful illustrations, depicting a mix of animals, spiritualities, reality and fantasy. The deck is inspired by a stone circle in the Allegheny Mountains in Pennsylvania, USA, and is intended for contemplation and meditation.