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The Tarocchi di Pinocchio is an Italian art deck with 22 tall and thin cards. It illustrates episodes and people from the life of the enchanted wooden puppet Pinocchio, who wanted to be a real boy.
Very like the Tarocchi da Colazione by the same artist, the Tarocchi di Pranzo has photographs of very simple Tarot symbols painted on 22 biscuit-like oblong crackers.
The Tarot of the Robot (titled i Tarocchi di Robot in Italian) is a science-fictiony deck with a focus on robots and a very eighties, futuristic feel. It's a full 78 card deck and was an early publication from Lo Scarabeo.
The Tarocchi di Valentina Visconti per il Palio d'Asti is a collector's edition deck of 88 cards (there are an extra 10 cards beyond the major and minor arcana). The deck commemorates the visit of Valentina to the town of Asti in 1389.
The Tarocchi eVoluti is a collaborative group project by Italian artists, compiled by the "Museo del Tarocchi". The 22 long, narrow cards have a range of art styles - illustrated, painted, collage, abstract - even images of movie stars.
The cute Fiabeschi deck has only major arcana cards, illustrated in a colourful Italian fairytale style and titled in Italian. Published in a limited edition of 2500 decks.
The Tarocchi Napoletani mixes traditional European and Rider-Waite imagery in its 78 cards. The major arcana show influences of the Rider-Waite and are illustrated in a comic-book style, while the minor arcana show primary-coloured, arranged suit symbols rather than illustrated scenes.
Tarocchi Omaggio a Federico II is a limited edition Italian Tarot. It has 78 glossy, oversized cards that are nearly four times the size of usual Tarot cards and feature detailed medieval-style scenes.
The Tarocchi Tharbon is a black-and-white deck from Lo Scarabeo's limited edition range. The art features unusual and well-dressed birdlike characters in the 78 Tarot scenes.
Tarocchino Milanese is a 19th century reproduction of a deck used for the Tarot game of 'Tarocchino', as played in Milan. The art is a simplified version of the Della Rocca and Dotti Soprafino decks.