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The Tuffo nel Mistero - translated as Plunge into Mystery - is another deck from prolific Italian artist, Luigi Scapini. It's a reduced tarot deck that has only six numbered cards in each suit, for a total of 62 cards.
Twenty-Two Keys of the Tarot is a rare majors-only deck by Susan Kay Topa, published in 1979. The 22 cards follow the Thoth pattern and were hand-printed, giving them a blocky, primitive appearance.
The Twilight Rabbit Tarot has 78 cards of anthropomorphic rabbits in Rider-Waite-like scenes. Majors have been renamed to suit the theme (eg. the Hareophant). Suits have also been renamed to Clover (Wands), Passions (Cups), Carrots (Swords) and Stones (Pentacles).
The Twilight Realm: A Tarot of Faery has 78 cards of fairies and the fae, painted in luminous colour on a relatively unusual black background. The set has a full 224-page companion book by the artist to accompany the cards.
Another digitally generated deck-in-progress, the Twlight Tarot incorporates public domain images from many different sources.
Twisted Tarot Tales is an 83-card (or 117-card, for the full version) tarot deck inspired by vintage horror comic books. It's gruesome and creepy - but also fun and modern and a little cheesy. Successfully crowd-funded, the deck is due to be published very soon.
The Tyldwick Tarot has 78 elegant cards that feel like walking through a stately English home. The artist took inspiration from architectural patterns, flowers, geometry and kaleidoscopes to create a complete imaginary world that invites the reader inside. Now published in a gilt-edged, limited edition of 2000 decks.
The Typeface Tarot conveys the meanings of the major arcana through the choice of typeface alone - from fonts like Trajanus to Sylfaen to ChopinScript. The 22 cards are available online only, as a free PDF download.