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The tarot deck for the employed computer nerd. The Silicon Valley Tarot art is a little roughly drawn, but the symbology is perfect. The Spam card certainly strikes a chord.
The human figures in the SilkSatin Tarot have a very fifties look - it's the hair and clothes, I think. This deck is still in the very early stages of development, only two cards completed so far.
The Silson Lenormand takes its inspiration from medieval illustrations, and imagines a Lenormand as old as the earliest surviving Tarot decks. It's designed in a deliberately rough, primitive style based on hand coloured woodcuts and manuscript illuminations from the 15th century. Available in two limited editions: coloured and uncoloured.
The Silver Era Tarot is a "new-age interpretation of classical ideas, historical ideas updated through technology and 21st Century artistic breakthroughs and change". It is a full 78 card deck modelled on the Rider-Waite, and has collaged, mostly monochrome, photographic art featuring real people.
The Silver Witchcraft Tarot merges tarot with modern pagan symbolism and magickal understanding. Illustrated in deep, atmospheric colour, it has a multicultural cast of robed characters set in glorious nature-based scenes. The 78 borderless cards are enhanced by silver metallic edges, and there's also a companion book by Barbara Moore.
In this very simplified tarot deck, the cards have been rendered down to their most basic elements. People in the Simple Tarot are represented by white circles and ovals with the symbols of their card, on a plain black background.
Simple Wisdom of the Household Dog is a light-hearted photo oracle from the point of view of Emily Carding's dog, Albus Dumbledog. The cards show everyday events from the dog's life, and are designed to offer a simpler perspective on our over-complicated lives.
The Simplified Tarot is a black-and-white deck intended to be simple, easy to understand and accessible to all. It has undecorated pip cards in the minors; courts of Knave, Knight, Queen and King; Strength and Justice at XI and VIII respectively; and some rather satirical-looking characters on its cards.
The Simply Deep Tarot is a new deck from artist James Battersby and Chanel Bayless, who previously collaborated on A King's Journey Tarot. It has vibrant paintings, designed to easily connect the reader with the traditional meanings.
'Simply Tarot' is an inexpensive packaged set for beginners that includes a deck of 78 cards, an instruction book, and a DVD. The cards are a clone of the Rider-Waite, except the imagery is photographic rather than illustrated.