The Modern Witch Tarot has 78 youthful, contemporary cards with illustrations of all kinds of women, femmes, and the gender fluid.
The I Am One Tarot is a spiritual reworking of the tarot. The cards are tri-lingual, have vivid artwork and an 'I Am..' statement is associated with each card.
The "i Cani" deck has 22 major arcana cards and is wholly devoted to dogs of different breeds in Tarot poses. It's a limited edition Tarot, with unlaminated cardboard cards printed in black and white.
A functional but boring oracle deck, which shows only the layout of the I Ching sticks, the associated Chinese character and a few English words on a white background. The back of each of the 64 cards has a more in-depth look at the meanings.
The I Ching Dead Moon has 64 cards, illustrated by artist Luis Royo. The cards are darkly atmospheric, with the I Ching hexagrams inset at the base of each card. There are also 15 instruction cards included with the deck, explaining the I Ching and the hexagram meanings.
The I Ching of the Goddess combines feminist spirituality and creativity; the Eastern system of divination, the I Ching; and the artwork of Barbara Walker in its 64 cards. The cards have the I Ching symbols, an artistic scene and explanatory keywords on each card.
A game of divination and discovery, the I Ching Tarot is not a Tarot deck despite the name. The cards number 1 to 64, reversals are ignored and there is no major or minor arcana.
The Funghi pił Belli del Mondo is a Tarot with 22 small, rectangular cards, each featuring a different type of mushroom for each tarot archetype. It was published in a limited edition of 2000 decks.
The Gatti deck is an Italian Tarot of 22 cards, each featuring a cat illustrated in black and white. It's the cat version of the i Cani deck, also by Menegazzi, and is a limited edition with unlaminated and slightly differently sized cards.
I Misteri della Sibilla (Mysteries of the Sybil) is a 52-card Italian fortune-telling deck. The cards are watercolour, illustrating mainly daily life in Italian society around 1890, printed with simple keywords and playing card associations.
The Ibis Tarot has stylised ancient Egyptian figures and hieroglyphs in rather pretty scenes. I like the colours used for each card in this deck, but some Egyptian knowledge would help with interpretation.