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It almost seems like Tim Burton helped with the Vampire Tarot. Full of elegant vampires, bloodied fangs, full moons and desolate landscapes, it's refined and only slightly macabre.
The Vampire Tarot draws together tarot, Bram Stoker's novel Dracula and vampire myths over the ages. From Robert M. Place, who created the Alchemical Tarot and Tarot of the Saints, it is a well-researched and deep look at the links between tarot and vampires, and is illustrated in his distinctive artistic style. The set also includes an excellent companion book.
The Vampire Tarot of the Eternal Night is another vampiric deck - this one from Lo Scarabeo. It has photo-real images with an edge of horror by Davide Corsi, and a companion book by Barbara Moore.
The Van Buren Tarot is a self-titled deck is still being created by the artist. The tarot scenes are set on black card and appear to have been created with pastels.
The Vanessa Tarot is a cute, sassy, and glamorous deck inspired by pop culture heroines. It's light-hearted, fun, feminine and still very readable deck for the girl in every grown woman (or man). Packaged with a small tin along with a booklet.
The Vedicheskoe Tarot is a Russian-published deck of 78 cards. Its illustrations are line-drawings filled in with bright, saturated colours. Titled in Russian.
The Vee Deck is a non-standard tarot. The images are intended to be ambiguous in the Vee Deck and you are free to make up your own meanings. Available free online as a PDF for printing.
The Venetian Carnival Tarot is an elegant 78-card deck of intense masked figures, designed to stimulate the intuition and easy communication between the conscious and unconscious mind.
The Venetian Historical Tarot is a majors-only Italian Tarot set, with detailed and fanciful images on its rectangular cards; illustrations of the city of Venice in the Renaissance and later times.
The Venice Tarot pays homage to one of the most fascinating cities in the world, a city of lovers, of the Carnivale, of masks and a little magic, in its heyday during the 16th to 18th century. The majors are linked to Venetian historical characters, and the majors are fully illustrated, some in a Rider-Waite style, others unique to this deck.