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The Medieval Chihuahua Tarot is a deck for the miniature canine fan. It features photographs of chihuahuas (mostly belonging to friends of the artist) collaged into a medieval tarot setting. All proceeds from the deck go to animal shelters.
Based on Medieval/Renaissance symbolism and Pythagorean numerology, the Nigel Jackson Tarot looks polished and authentic. Bear in mind it associates Swords with Fire and Wands with Air, but it's a deck worth adding to any tarot collection. Reprinted by Llewellyn in 2004 as the Medieval Enchantment: Nigel Jackson Tarot.
The cards of the Medieval Scapini Tarot, by Luigi Scapini, are in the European Tarot style. It's a wonderful deck with a very authentic Middle Ages feel and look to the card artwork.
The Melissa Lenormand is a 36-card oracle deck. It's inspired by vintage ephemera, postcards and advertising, giving it an antique feel and more complex imagery than is usual for a Lenormand deck. The deck is now completed, and available in a self-published edition.
Melissa Townsend's Tarot is a deck originally drawn on the back of business cards from El Teddy, a New York restaurant where the artist did readings. All of the 78 cards are illustrated in the same coloured, pen-and-ink style, and are roughly based on the Rider-Waite but with a more whimsical and modern feel.
The Merlin Tarot has 78 cards based on the Arthurian legends. The reordered major arcana, aces, and court cards are beautifully drawn, but the suits (Birds are Swords, Serpents are Wands, Fish are Cups, and Beasts are Disks) have very spare pip cards. They are disappointingly repetitive and difficult to interpret intuitively.
The MerryDay Tarot is a magical, fantastical, incredible tarot deck, mixing fantasy and reality. The artwork has its basis in the Rider-Waite, but is filled with detail, dragons and natural elements. The suits are multi-cultural and all associations with formal religion in the deck have been removed.
The Messages from the Wee Folk set is designed to help you connect with the Wee Folk and the sacred energies of nature. Despite the name, the images have more than just fairies - there are flowers, insects, dolphins and more. The set has 33 cards and a large 229-page companion book.
The Messages from Your Angels Oracle has 44 cards with images of well-known (and much less known) angelic beings on each one. They are designed for receiving guidance through angel readings.