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The Sideshow Tarot is themed around a old time travelling sideshow. It's a dark circus of freaks, bearded ladies, mentalists, and carnies, in a full 78-card deck. It's been self-published by the author as a quality set in a wooden box.
The Silent Stones Colour Oracle is a 33 card oracle, intended to help you discover your past lives and how they may be affecting you now.
The Silent Tarot has 78 cards created with a huge variety of media and techniques - paper, wood, glass, bones, paint, stamps, wax, pastels and more. The art was scanned to make the printed deck but still retains a three-dimensional look. Previously available in a large-size limited edition, it's now out as a smaller size edition as well.
The Silenus Tarot has comic-book art styled cards based on Greek Mythology, with a bit of a humourous edge. It's a full 78 card deck, and features Silenus from the Satyr comic as the Fool.
The Urnash Tarot is a modern deck of vivid colours, science fiction imagery and kinetic shapes. The deck has five new pip cards and two variants of a major arcana card, bringing the total to 85 cards in the deck. It was available in a self-published edition which is now sold out, but there's also a new edition from Lo Scarabeo.
The tarot deck for the employed computer nerd. The Silicon Valley Tarot art is a little roughly drawn, but the symbology is perfect. The Spam card certainly strikes a chord.
The human figures in the SilkSatin Tarot have a very fifties look - it's the hair and clothes, I think. This deck is still in the very early stages of development, only two cards completed so far.
The Silson Lenormand takes its inspiration from medieval illustrations, and imagines a Lenormand as old as the earliest surviving Tarot decks. It's designed in a deliberately rough, primitive style based on hand coloured woodcuts and manuscript illuminations from the 15th century. Available in two limited editions: coloured and uncoloured.
The Silver Era Tarot is a "new-age interpretation of classical ideas, historical ideas updated through technology and 21st Century artistic breakthroughs and change". It is a full 78 card deck modelled on the Rider-Waite, and has collaged, mostly monochrome, photographic art featuring real people.
The Silver Witchcraft Tarot merges tarot with modern pagan symbolism and magickal understanding. Illustrated in deep, atmospheric colour, it has a multicultural cast of robed characters set in glorious nature-based scenes. The 78 borderless cards are enhanced by silver metallic edges, and there's also a companion book by Barbara Moore.