The Modern Witch Tarot has 78 youthful, contemporary cards with illustrations of all kinds of women, femmes, and the gender fluid.
Inspired by the rich and detailed artistic style of Flemish painter, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, these cards show the daily life of the medieval peasant in lively fashion. It's a rather more earthy Tarot than the Giotto Tarot by the same author - this one features drunk peasants!
The Buckland Romani Tarot is based around English gypsies and has expressive and beautiful artwork. The cards are borderless, and give the feeling that you could step into the picture. It isn't a standard Rider-Waite type deck; among other things, suits have been renamed to Koshes, Koros, Bolers and Chivs, (Staves, Cups, Wheels and Knives), and the Magician is shown as a woman. Previously out of print, it's available again from Galde Press.
The Buckland Romani Tarot is a re-print of Buckland's English gypsy tarot cards, this time from the publishing house of Galde Press. The card artwork is the same as before, though they have slightly less decorative titles, and there is an expanded companion book.
The Buddha Tarot links the Tarot trumps and the story of Siddhartha on his journey for enlightenment. The minor arcana suits are Vajras, Jewels, Double Vajras and Lotuses. Created by Robert M. Place, who also created the Tarot of the Saints and the Alchemical Tarot.
The Butler Tarot is a fusion of traditional tarot imagery and modern digital techniques. The Rider-Waite system is loosely adopted but Swords are designated as fire and Wands as air. It was Chris Butler's first deck, designed for his personal use, and has now been revised and updated for a handmade self-published edition.
The Butterfly Affirmations deck has 44 simple, double-sided cards with photographic illustrations of different butterflies on the face, and short uplifting affirmations on the reverse. It's a pretty and easy to use oracle and advice set.
The Byzantine Tarot draws upon the history, art, iconography and culture of the Byzantine Empire of the 4th - 15th centuries. The 78 cards have been created in the rich and opulent style of the era by illustrator Cilla Conway. A comprehensive companion book by John Matthews is packaged with the deck.
The Byzantine Tarot was created for the Serbian novel, The Last Love In Constantinople, by Milorad Pavić. Each chapter of the book is based on a tarot card. The vibrant cards come in strips of three, which can be cut apart.