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The first Brazilian-published Golden Dawn type tarot deck. The Taro Adivinhatorio cards are quite plainly drawn, having a large expanse of white border with different types of magical symbols in the margins. Cards are individually numbered and all titles are in the Portuguese language.
The Taro Artemis is a Russian-designed majors only collage Tarot, with images based on erotic characters.
i Taro Gatti is a 22-card Italian deck, from a paper company in Perugia. Cats are the theme and have also become the Tarot symbols in several cards. The artwork is black, white and red printed on thick, strong uncoated cardboard and is quite appealing.
Taro Slavynik Icons is an in-progress collage-style deck designed by Aleksey Kluev and executed by Vladimir Strannikov. The images are based largely on icon characters from Russian art.
The Tarocchi Appropriati (Tarot Appropriate) is a 22-card collaborative project created by the Museo dei Tarocchi. It's an homage to the time when tarot was still a parlour game played by the nobility. Published in a limited edition of 100 sets.
The Tarocchi 22 Maggiori Arcani is an Italian-published deck of 22 trumps. The art is watercolour, ranging from blurred washes that are almost abstract to detailed paintings. The cards and booklet are bilingual, in English and Italian.
The Tarocchi Celtici is an Italian tarot deck based on Celtic mythology. Each card features a Celt god or goddess surrounded by an elaborate knotwork border.
The Tarocchi da Colazione is a deck for the foodies - the tarot symbols have been painted on large pieces of pasta and photographed to make the 22 cards. The imagery is very simple and minimalist, with modern elements.
The Tarocchi degli Gnomi is one of several version of the cute Tarot of the Gnomes from Lo Scarabeo. This art edition has 22 large, rectangular cards on thick uncoated stock.
The Tarocchi dei Colori has cards with strongly coloured art in flat panels, as though made from coloured paper. The majors have vague Tarot symbolism, and the minors match the style but have relatively unillustrated pip cards. All cards are titled in English as well as in Italian (and Spanish, French and German).