Decks Published by Harper Collins
Angels from the Christian pantheon are featured on the major arcana cards, ilustrating in Robert Place's signature style. The minor arcana of the Angel Tarot are plain with only the appropriate symbols such as eight hearts, or two diamonds.
The Wild Unknown Tarot has simple but intuitive tarot illustrations based on the animal kingdom and natural world. It was an incredibly popular independent deck when it was published in 2012, and happily is now widely available in a box set that includes the 78 cards and a 208-page guidebook.
The White Eagle Medicine Wheel is for those who wish to follow Native American wisdom as a way of life. It is based on tradition mythology and uses plain photography of native artefacts on the cards.
The William Blake Tarot of the Creative Imagination deck was inspired by the artwork of the Romantic painter William Blake. Each card shows collages of reproductions of his work, and it's quite an unusual and distinctive style.