A Passage in Time Tarot aligns historical personalities with the major arcana, and historical periods - Renaissance, Medieval, Byzantine and Roman - with the four minor arcana suits. The deck is as yet unpublished on paper, but is available on an interactive DVD.
A Quantamplation Tarot is a multi-cultural 78-card deck combining meditation, divination, magic and metaphysics. It's part one of the set - a further 69 oracle cards will be added to make a 147-card 'Quantamplation TarOrac'. The tarot deck is almost complete, and the creator is a seeking a publisher.
The Afrot Tarot is a set of 78 tarot cards, created using multiple different media - acrylic, oils, sharpies, paint pens and more - to signify the many types of skin tones and creeds of people of African descent.
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.
Although the Bapst-Hall Tarot has been re-structured to fit a gay theme, it is a deck usable by anyone. The original, computer-based artwork is colourful, and larger than life.
The Dreams Tarot is an unpublished deck, based on dream imagery and illustrated in a surrealist, photo-collage style. The artist, Tamara, also created a 78-card Romanian-published deck called the Tarotul Visurilor.
The Eklektikos Tarot is a work-in-progess deck, drawn in pencil colours. The 78 cards show the diversity of symbology though the use of images of different cultures, historical and mythical characters, and natural elements.
Esther's Australia deck is illustrated with Aussie animals (both native and introduced), flora, and multi-cultural people. There are also scenes of popular landscapes and icons, like Luna Park, Ulura and the Sydney Opera House. The deck is complete and the artist is seeking a publisher.
The Greight Bits of Tarot has 78 cards influenced by the simple pixelated images of the Eighties gaming world. The cards have brightly coloured, simple art, designed to work as a path of positive affirmation. 78 haikus accompany the cards and hint at characteristics in each card. The deck is complete and seeking a publisher.
The Language of Flowers Tarot is an unpublished, in-progess deck of 78 cards that weaves card meanings together with folk sentiments given to plants and flowers. The cards are illustrated with real flowers photographed on a pale background.
Created by a scholar of Pre-Columbian people, this tarot focuses on the Mayan and Olmec peoples. The minors of the Mayan-Olmec Tarot show the costumes and daily life, the majors show leadership roles and sacred religious practices.
The Midnight Soul Tarot is an ornately decorated deck, with subtle symbolism loosely based on the Connolly and Rider-Waite decks. The deck is still in early development, but the artist is seeking a publisher.
The North Star Tarot is an egg-shaped deck which centers around the constellation Ursa Major, exploring and re-creating mythologies of the stars. The deck is unpublished but complete.
The Orange Luna Tarot is the second deck from Nil Orange and Alejandro C. Luna, who created the Visual Zodiac. This skilfully-coloured 78-card tarot takes inspiration from the Tarot de Marseille in the major arcana and court cards, while the suit cards has new illustrations.
The cards of the Paul O'Mara Tarot are an ongoing map of the artist's life, and have been worked on for years. The art is a slick collage style of photographic elements. Now seeking a publisher.
The Quel Tarot (formerly Friends and Familiar Tarot) is being created as a way to honour and express appreciation for the artist's loved ones, as each card is part of the story of people in her life. The 22-card deck blends the Rider-Waite and Thoth traditions, and uses B.O.T.A colour correspondences.
The Stormrider Tarot was inspired by Pamela Colman-Smith's artwork. The artist intended to give it a more colourful, fluid and dreamy feel. The 78-card deck is as yet unpublished.
The Tarot Lovers Deck was created to provide images for Paranormality.com's Tarot Lovers Diary. It draws inspiration from the Visconti, Marseilles, and Rider-Waite decks, and uses the traditional hair colouring in the court cards. Now published as the Tarot Lovers' Tarot.
The Tarot of the Golden Tape card art is softly blended and shaped, people are mostly shown in androgynous outline. A full deck of 80 tarot cards, with companion text, it is inspired by Eliphas Levi's book Transcendental Magic.
The Tarot of the World in Colours is a 24-card homage to the American artist, Keith Haring, best known for his New York graffiti visual style. The card illustrations have simplified tarot imagery drawn in appreciation of his artistic style.
The Tarot Panca Saka is a Rider-Waite based tarot that draws on elements of Indonesian culture. The 78 cards are illustrated in a detailed, semi-modern theme. The creator is seeking a publisher for the deck.
The Book of Azathoth is an homage to the American sci-fi and horror author, H.P. Lovecraft. The 78 card deck is designed to give the feel of being of Lovecraft's universe, as used by one of his characters. Self-published and available from the artist.
The Visual Zodiac is a 78-card oracle deck that illustrates all possible combinations of astrological signs and the zodiac. Although the structure is based on astrology rather than tarot, it can be used as a divinatory tool. The deck is complete, and seeking a publisher.
The Wild Nature Tarot celebrates the untamed power of Nature and the wilds, as well as exploring our own inner wilderness of dreams, imagination and emotion. It takes an intuitive approach to tarot through rich and vivid artwork. Still a work in progess, it will be a 78-card deck when completed.
The Wise Cards have one very simple symbol or image per card, and are designed to make it easy to tune into your intuition, and to quickly understand the cards as each is drawn. Currently self-published in a handmade edition of 41 cards with basic instructions.