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The Tarot Flamand de 1780 is an authentic reproduction of a Flemish Tarot, originally in woodcuts. It's from eighteenth-century Belgium and differs somewhat in imagery from French or Italian Tarots.
The Tarot for Cats shows cats instead of humans to illustrate the cards, of which there is only the major arcana. The Hanging Cat is a particular favourite of mine... I could just about frame these cards.
Tarot for Everyone is a kit including the Rider-Waite based deck, the Universal Tarot, and a small 64-page companion book aimed at beginners.
The Tarot for Hip Witches is a youthful 78-card deck and book set full of young and beautiful witches. The tarot images from the Witchy Tarot are bright, colourful and somewhat non-traditional. There is also a small companion book.
The Tarot Genovese reproduces a gaming tarot deck from the late nineteenth century. The cards look similar to the Soprafino Tarot but are double-ended, similar to playing cards.
The Tarot Giguil is a fun miniature deck from Lynyrd Narciso. Similar in size to the Tarot Parac, it's different in feel with a cute, retro vibe to the cards. Giguil is a Filipino word that very roughly translates as 'squee'!
The Tarot Gothica has 78 darkly themed cards, with digitally manipulated images created from the artist's photographs of real people in goth attire and costumes.
The Tarot Graphica is a black and white major arcana deck in a contemporary graphic style. It's designed to have as few occult references as possible and communicate the psychological aspects of the cards instead.
The Tarot House deck has gentle, uplifting images created by mother and daughter team from England. The deck combines their tarot, art and Reiki backgrounds into a positive tool for healing and self-development. It's a 78 card deck but the minor arcana aren't fully scenic.
The Tarot Illuminati has 78 vivid, digitally illustrated cards. The cards are complex, saturated with colour, and enhanced by the lack of borders. The set also includes a companion book written by the very knowledgable Kim Huggens.