Large-Size Decks Tarot Decks
Tarot decks with particularly large or over-sized cards.
The Aix Tarot is a minimalist but decorative tarot inspired by the idea of communicating the meaning of the Rider-Waite Tarot cards in as few symbols as possible. The 78 cards will be printed in white, light grey and silver, and the artist is seeking a publisher for the deck.
The Angel Love Cards show the user how to channel the power of the love angels, through 40 large-size cards and their associated quotes, prayers and actions. This deck is not designed for readings, but for the drawing of a single card for meditation, contemplation and guidance.
The Art of Life Tarot matches well-known paintings - from Van Gogh, Mucha, Degas, Klimt and more - with inspirational quotes. The 78 over-sized cards can be used for readings but are also suited to daily card draws, contemplation and meditation.
The Bacchus Tarot is a large-size art deck inspired by the god of wine: Bacchus to the Romans, Dionysus to the Greeks. The major arcana show the events and adventures of the life of Bacchus, the suits illustrate aspects of the industry of wine-making, and the court cards represent the major wine-making countries. From the creator of the Medieval Scapini Tarot.
The Baseball Tarot is a quality Tarot cards-and-book set with 78 borderless, oversized, and very glossy cards. The major arcana have titles altered to fit the baseball theme, while the minors are divided into suits of Mitts (Cups), Balls (Swords), Bats (Wands), and Bases (Coins), each with twelve suit cards and two courts (Coach and MVP). It's much, much better than the other Tarot of Baseball.
The Comic Tarot is a large-size humorous deck of 22 cards, with illustrations inspired by comic books, graphic novels and cartoons. The deck also includes a previously unpublished mini graphic novel. Self-published by the artist through The Game Crafter.
The Deck of 1000 Spreads is a unique deck of 65 oversized 'spread cards', each with a spread position name and description printed on the card. It's designed to make it easy to create your own tarot spreads with your own tarot cards.
The Destiny Tarot is a box set with a book and 78 oversized cards, illustrated with fairly unskilled-looking paintings with heavy white borders. The majors and courts have traditional imagery, but the numbered minors are pip cards. The same images have been published in a smaller size as part of the 'Tarot Basics Book and Gift Set'.
The DruidCraft Tarot combines the nature spiritualities of Wicca and Druidry in a beautiful set of large-size cards. Created by well-known Druids Philip and Stephanie Carr-Gomm and artist Will Worthington, who also created the Druid Animal Oracle.
The Fantastico Viaggio di un Manichino, which roughly translates to 'The Fantastic Voyage of a Mannequin,' is a 22-card deck from Osvaldo Menegazzi. Each large-size card pictures a faceless wooden puppet in modern and slightly surreal surroundings.
The Far Sight Tarot is a beautifully detailed, original tarot deck from Australian artist Helen Meinicke. Filled with personal imagery and meaning, the scenes are local to her home town of Brisbane, Australia. The set, with cards and companion book, was published in first edition of 50 decks in 2006, and again in a limited edition in 2016.
The Golden Dawn Temple Tarot Meditation Set is 23-card set, designed using the traditional symbolism of 'Book T' to aid in archetypal meditations. The vivid borders also connect each card with its placement in the Tree of life. The set includes two versions of the Temperance card.
The Linweave Tarot is a 42 card deck printed in 1967 to promote a range of Linweave brand papers produced by the publishers. The huge - over 15cm by 22cm - cards were created by several artists and include only the majors, court cards and the Aces.
Jane Lyle's Lovers Tarot is a majors-only Tarot deck made especially for questions of love. The figures and scenes are very medieval/Renaissance style and maps, constellation charts, astrology and alchemy all make an appearance.
The Lunatic Tarot has 78 cards with expressive, artistic character illustrations in brownish hues. On the back is the corresponding card from the Rider-Waite and its title in English. The large size 'portfolio' edition - approximately five by ten inches - has cards bound together with thin, tearable plastic binding, but can be separated for use. Now also available in a regular card-sized edition with titles in English and Chinese.
The Nature Spirit Tarot interprets tarot symbolism through the living and vibrant world of nature. The 78 cards are illustrated with plants, birds, insects, and reptiles from diverse environments. The deck is self-published in a large 4x7 inch format along with a 188-page companion book, and available from the artist.
The Oracle of the Grail Code: The Restoration of the Feminine is a divination system based on the previously hidden Feminine side of the legends of the Holy Grail. The deck has 33 beautiful cards with image of old paintings, that correspond to 33 qualities and principles of the Divine feminine. Intended for for creativity, insight and transformation.
The PoMo Taro by Brian Williams is only loosely associated with the traditional tarot archetypes, featuring renamed suits such as Bottles and Bills, and an interesting array of modern symbols. The art is simple, ink and watercolours.
The Self-Guided Tarot has 78 oversized cards with collage images on a flat coloured background. It's designed for self-discovery as well as reading, and each card has a question for guidance at the base of the card.
The Tarocchi del Manzoni is an luxurious large-size Italian Tarot deck. It has 78 cards illustrated in the style of nineteenth century Milan, and was commissioned in 1985 to celebrate the birth of Italian writer and poet, Alessandro Manzoni, 200 years previously. Published in a limited edition of 500 decks.
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 Tarot 3D is the first of its kind, a tarot deck with a shifting, three-dimensional effect to its cards due to a plastic lens over the card image. The 22 large sized cards take their images from the Pictorial Key Tarot.
The Tarot and You is a majors-only deck and book set for beginners from Australian astrologer and writer, Lindel Barker Revell. The attractive large-size cards are printed on rather thin cardstock.
The Tarot of Dreams is the follow-up work from Ciro Marchetti, creator of the Gilded Tarot, in collaboration with Lee Bursten of the Gay Tarot. It is a new concept in Tarot, with 78 printed cards plus 40 additional digital cards on CD.
The Tarot of Saqqara has 82 fine art paintings, primarily illustrating the style, architecture and knowledge of Ancient Egypt, but also with some Qabalistic, Celtic and Roman influences. The deck is a unique system of its own, and includes four extra cards to represent the initiation to the neophyte.
The Tarot of the Bellydancers features photographs of beautifully-costumed bellydancers shot against a blue screen and morphed into composite layer settings for the card. The 78-card deck uses mixture of Marseilles and Waite style imagery and its own personal imagery.
Tarot Whispers at the House of Dusk is another self-published deck from prolific artist Lynyrd Narciso (who also created the Vanessa Tarot from US Games). This majors-only deck has a twilight, romantic fantasy feel, set in a fictional world.