The Modern Witch Tarot has 78 youthful, contemporary cards with illustrations of all kinds of women, femmes, and the gender fluid.
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The LiteraTarot decks are the brain-child of the Italian Museo dei Tarocchi. In 2008 the theme of their yearly collaborative decks was the great classics of literature, and a deck was put together in each of the continents. This, the Oceania deck, was hosted by Fern Mercier and Lyn Olds and has cards from artists all over the region.
The Little Ted Psychic Fortune Telling Deck is very, very cute. Teddy bears looking confused, falling out windows and on sideshow rides. Each card has a predictive phrase and hand drawn and coloured art. Original.
The Little Wings Guidance Oracle has 52 cards with uplifting messages designed to inspire the heart, remind you of your inner guidance, and provide clarity about your life purpose.
The Llewellyn Tarot is based on the legends and mythology of Wales, and celebrates the Welsh heritage of Tarot publishers, Llewellyn. The cards are illustrated in a similar mystical, watercolour style to the Legend: The Arthurian Tarot. Now released in a 78-card kit.
Llewellyn's Classic Tarot is a very readable fresh take on the Rider-Waite symbolism. It's been re-illustrated in a colourful, vivid and approachable style by Eugene Smith, where each card appears in a sharper focus and closer to real life than in the traditional deck.
The Lo Scarabeo Tarot celebrates the twentieth year of the Italian publishing house, with a deck combining all three major traditions - the Tarot de Marseilles, the Rider-Waite and the Thoth. In imagery, the cards seem like more of a blend of the latter two, but they have plenty of scope for comparative study as well as for readings.
The figures in this somewhat gothic, self-titled Tarot deck, the Londa Tarot, are all pale and elf-like. The minor and major arcana cards look basically the same, though the deck uses the typical Rider-Waite card meanings.
There are lots of plain dark colours and black line drawings in this deck that is meant to mirror our inner selves. The deck is supposed to be inspired by the Lord of Illusions movie which was based on the Clive Barker book.
The Lord of the Rings Oracle is a 40 card divination deck, ostensibly based on Tolkien's work. The artwork is illustrated in quick coloured pencil sketches, and the associations between Middle Earth and the cards are not well thought out. By the same author who made the (better) Lord of the Rings Tarot.
A tarot deck and game inspired by Tolkien's Lord of the Rings trilogy. Thick borders surround the complex and busy but nicely coloured artwork, and a quote from one of the books printed on each card.