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The Stone Tarot is reproduced from original oil paintings and uses primary colours to evoke emotional and spiritual responses. The deck is available directly from the artist.
The Storm Tarot has 22 prints of original woodcuts from Czech typographer, Frantisek Storm, in an A4 folio. The black and white images are finely carved, dramatic and expressive.
The Stormrider Tarot was inspired by Pamela Colman-Smith's artwork. The artist intended to give it a more colourful, fluid and dreamy feel. The 78-card deck is as yet unpublished.
The Story in Color Lenormand looks past the traditional symbols, and instead expresses the essential energy of each of the 36 Lenormand cards through the use of colour and movement. The deck uses traditional titles, with the exception of Man and Woman being changed to Querent and Significant.
The Strange Wonders Tarot is a horror-themed tarot based around thoroughly creepy dolls. The dark and sinister cards feature complete dolls in the major arcana, but just doll heads in the minor arcana. Self-published and available from The Game Crafter.
The Stretch Tarot is a mixed-media creation of collaged and altered vintage images from the 19th and 20th centuries. The 78 cards have a grounding in traditional symbolism but have been updated to be more racially diverse and less restrictive in gender associations.
The Sun and Moon Tarot has colourful, undistracting illustrations and a definite Thoth influence. Major arcana are linked with Hebrew letters, and the minor arcana with elemental symbols. A useable and unexpectedly appealing 78-card deck.
The Sunrise/Sunset Tarot is a dual set of two majors-only tarot decks, created by Italian artist Giovanni Monti. The two 22-card decks are only sold together, and can be used together or separately.
The Surrealist Tarot is a very strange and surreal, 78-card self-published deck. It's based on the LaVey Personality Synthesizer Clock as well as Crowley, Waite and Sprague's systems.
The Jolanda Den Tredjes Tarot, or Swedish Witch Tarot, is an esoteric Swedish deck of detailed illustrations. Designed by Rosie Björklund (Jolanda Den Tredjes), a famous Witch in Sweden, in collaboration with artist Hans Arnold. Originally released as a 22-card deck in black and white, a 78-card fully coloured deck is also available.