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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A Rider-Waite style Tarot, these reworked cards are artistically unusual and coloured with rich, strong hues. The artwork of the New Century Tarot is very striking, particularly in the the major arcana.
The New Clow Cards are a 54-card set based around the magical cards from the anime series, Cardcaptor Sakura. Compared to the original Clow Cards, these cards have a darker feel.
The New Discordian Tarot is an unusual take on tarot from the chaotic and creative Discordians, intended to be an alternative to the tarot norm. Published as an electronic deck that can be downloaded as a PDF.
Another Egyptian themed tarot deck, but with a Japanese flavour. The artwork of the New Egiptian Tarot is black on white, cards are titled in English and subtitled in Japanese characters. I believe there is another version of this deck with same art, but white on black.
The New Millennium Tarot was designed as an ultra-modern deck for the Year 2000 and beyond. The cards are completely original images that have been created with Adobe Photoshop.
A majors-only work in progress. The New Millennium Tarot by Lee Varis has vivid, intensely bright computer generated images.
The New Mythic Tarot is a redrawing of the popular Ancient Greece-themed Mythic Tarot. Tricia Newell's original artwork has been recreated for the New Mythic by Giovanni Caselli (who also did the Sharman-Caselli illustrations).
The New Orleans Voodoo Tarot is suited for those who practice or are interested in the four cults of Voodoo, Santeria, Petro, Congo and Rada. The major arcana feature historical Voodooan characters.
The New Palladini Tarot is a reworked version of the earlier Aquarian deck by David Palladini. The art in this deck is crisp and vibrant, and a little simplfied from the traditional Rider-Waite symbolism.
The New Tarot is a full, 78-card, black and white deck from the early 1970s. The strong, solid illustrations are a mix of Egyptian, Tahitian, traditional and modern symbolism, with religious and mythological influences.