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The Tarot of Sexual Magic is an erotic deck that embraces the sexual urge rather than denying it. The little white booklet also has customised meanings for the cards instead of just keywords.
The Tarot of Shadows is an unconventional Russian-published set of 78 cards, with dark, demonic and fantasy art scenes set on white backgrounds.
The Tarot of Sidney Sime is an extended major arcana only deck celebrating the work of fantastical and satirical artist Sidney Sime. The deck has 27 cards: the regular 22 major arcana plus five extra un-numbered majors. Self-published and available from the artist.
The Tarot of the 78 Doors is a deck of physical and metaphorical doors, illustrated in both a modern and medieval/fantasy style. By the same artist who created the Gay Tarot with Lee Bursten.
The Tarot of the Absurd is a playful, black and white interpretation of the occult tarot, drawn with vector graphics in Adobe Illustrator. The limited-edition deck is self-published and available at the artist's website.
The Tarot of the Ages is a multicultural deck that draws on Egyptian culture for the major arcana, and Aztec, Hindu, African and Viking cultures in the minor arcana. The lifelike card artwork is lovely, but somewhat limited by the substantial white borders.
The Tarot of the Angels is illustrated with angels and guardians in quite easily readable Rider-Waite based scenes. The angels are not specific mythical beings, but generally white-winged human figures. More devilish versions also appear in negative or conflicted cards like the Five of Swords.
Featuring human figures with the heads of anthropomorphised animals, the Tarot of the Animal Lords cards are more charming than they sound. The animals chosen are from all over the world and include African elephants, European badgers, Australian, sea horses, birds, even a few insects.
A digital and unpublished inquiry into tarot archetypes. The Tarot of the Autumn Wind cards are individually sized and the art is a kind of photographic collage.
The Tarot of the Bellydancers features photographs of beautifully-costumed bellydancers shot against a blue screen and morphed into composite layer settings for the card. The 78-card deck uses mixture of Marseilles and Waite style imagery and its own personal imagery.