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 New Woman Tarot was published with a British issue of New Woman magazine in 2000. It has 22 cards with young, trendy women in modern situations and fashion - on the Internet, working out, at clubs, and even with piercings.
The first tarot deck printed in Salem, Mass., the New World Tarot, has black line drawings on a white background. Tarot scenes are pared down to the minimum, and magickal and astrological symbols appear frequently.
The Nicoletta Ceccoli Tarot has 78 ethereal, dreamlike cards created by the Italian artist of the same name. Her tarot world is haunting, a little melancholy, a place of dollhouses and child-like storybook imagery where only the rules of imagination apply.
The Night Sun Tarot has created a symbolic shadow language through a synthesis of diverse cultures, tarot systems and correspondences. The geometric artwork on the 78 cards is an interesting blend of the primitive and the futuristic.
The Nijinsky Tarot has similarities with the Vertigo Tarot with its black backgrounds and bright modern images. Art is mostly large photographic elements, cleverly overlaid. Not yet available in print, though it may be in future.
Nine Lives Illustrated Playing Cards
The Nine Lives Illustrated Playing Cards is a deck inspired by tarot, with 54 cards including fully illustrated Royals, Aces, and Jokers. Featuring the Kings, Queens and Knights from the Nine Lives Tarot, each Royal has been redrawn and redressed to match their suit, while still retaining some tarot symbolism.
The Nine Lives Tarot is a 78-card reinterpretation of classic tarot imagery from the artist's perspective and personal symbology. The deck connects the nine lives of cats with the tarot's depiction of life's cyclic movement. The direct, colour-saturated illustrations were created with a combination of ink drawing and digital painting. Self-published and available direct from the artist.
The Nomadic Oracle is a set of 56 cards that brings together the senses, the five elements, aura and chakra energies. It's deliberately independent of any religious beliefs, but draws on connections with the I Ching. The set includes a full companion book.
Featuring Nordic myths and ancient legends plus Gods, sagas and Runes from the lives of the Vikings, the Norse Tarot has watercolour artwork scenes with elaborate borders. Now out of print.
The North Star Tarot is an egg-shaped deck which centers around the constellation Ursa Major, exploring and re-creating mythologies of the stars. The deck is unpublished but complete.