The Cat Tarot is a charming and well-executed 78 card deck, based on observations of feline behaviour familiar to most cat owners (Death is a vacuum cleaner). It's a warm, light-hearted set for tarot lovers and cat lovers alike.
The Circadian Tarot is a print book written as as a daily companion for divination and illumination. The 78 printed card meanings are accompanied by 78 original watercolour tarot card images, and can be used as a bibliomantic oracle.
The Game of Thrones Tarot takes inspiration from the first six seasons of the TV show, created from George R.R. Martin's book series, and merges them with the Rider-Waite-Smith tarot archetypes. Familiar characters and scenes have been merged into a functional as well decorative and fan-appreciated deck.
The Kabbalah Deck uses cards to explore the Jewish mystical tradition of Kabbalah. It has a total of 35 cards: 22 representing the Hebrew alphabet, 10 for the Sephiroth of the Tree of Life, and 2 extra cards with the symbol of the Hamseh.
The Star Spinner Tarot is a sweet and optimistic deck entirely created and illustrated by comic artist, Trungle. It's designed to be more inclusive (there are four variations on the Lovers card) and entirely European, with borrowed Orientalist influences removed. The art on the 81 cards has a pretty, fairytale, Art Deco feel.