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The Tarot of the Elves doesn't just picture pretty elves in costume. It's been imagined as a deck that an elf might consult, one that explores a unique elven universe. The artwork is slick and computerised, and the cards are without printed titles - unusual for a deck from Lo Scarabeo. To be available as a standalone deck, and with a book by Mark McElroy.
The Tarot of the Four Elements is new from the creator of the Inner Child Cards and artist Amy Ericksen. These cards are very warm and vibrantly coloured, and use tribal, primal and natural images in their designs.
The Tarot of the Gnomes is a popular Tarot, cute, amusing and quirky, featuring tiny rotund and buxom gnomes. All of the cards are illustrated and feature a keyword for beginners.
The Tarot of the Goddess contains Goddess images of the maiden, mother and crone in many guises from Sumerian, Middle Eastern and Indian mythology.
The Tarot of the Golden Tape card art is softly blended and shaped, people are mostly shown in androgynous outline. A full deck of 80 tarot cards, with companion text, it is inspired by Eliphas Levi's book Transcendental Magic.
In the Tarot of the Heart People, the characters don't just wear their hearts on their sleeves - they are their hearts. The deck attempts to show particular psychological states in each card. The deck is in-progress and as yet unpublished.
The Tarot of the Hidden Folk has been published in several forms, including the 22 card Tarocchi del' Alba Dorata, and 78 card Tarots of the Golden Dawn and Enchanted Tarot. This version has 78 cards of nature spirits and representations of elemental forces.
The Tarot of the Hidden Realm has 78 expressive, intriguing, and borderless images. Rather than relying on traditional tarot symbols, it strips back its images to the raw elements of nature and the fae. The art is full of life, movement and feeling.
The Tarot of the Holy Grail is inspired by the legends of the Grail, the Knights Templar, and the Crusades. It's a very masculine deck of war and religion, and women appear infrequently.
The Tarot of the Holy Light is an esoteric deck following the European continental and 'astro-alpha-numeric' pattern, based on extensive research by Christine Payne-Towler. The 78 cards have illustrations reminiscent of artwork from the 1600s.