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 Tarot of the Wyrd has 78 cards, heavily influenced by the artist's love of Victoriana and dark gothic imagery. The deck is based on Rider-Waite symbolism, and has collaged images of Victorian era photography with added psychedelic colour.
The Tarot of the Zirkus Magi was designed to complement a fantasy novel by Doug Thornsjo, and also be a stand-alone working deck. It has 78 cards with a retro circus theme. The full deck was successfully funded through Kickstarter and will be out later in 2014.
The Tarot of Timeless Truth is a complete photographic tarot deck. Its bewitching images are not illustrated, but a sometimes surreal photographic montage.
The Tarot of Transformation is an interpretation of tarot with a focus on self-change and transformation. The card images are abstract and vibrant, and each is titled with a spiritual phrase.
The Tarot of Transition is an Egyptian-themed deck with quite plain artwork in the familiar sideways perspective of Ancient Egyptian art. The majors depict deities, like Isis, Ptah and Hathor, and the minors are divided into suits of Ankh, Ded, Heset and Kheprera.
The Tarot of Trees is a whimsical, bright and colourful deck that interprets the 78 cards through the theme of nature and trees. Mostly inspired by real life, the mixed-media imagery does occasionally tend towards the fantastical. Now available from the artist.
The Tarot of Vampyres is a vampire themed deck created by British illustrator, Ian Daniels. The gothic-style art in his 78-card deck is stunning - romantic, seductive, brooding and dark.
Tarot of Visconti Grand Trumps is a majors-only edition of the Visconti Tarot, and has 22 large cards with black borders and a gold metallic treatment on the artwork.
Tarot of White Cats Mini is the small-size version of the Tarot of White Cats, a miniature deck designed to fit in a pocket or purse. The 78 cards are based closely on the Rider-Waite deck but illustrated with white felines in a variety of positions.
Published in Japan but titled in English, the cards of the Tarot of Wicca are a computer-generated style and have an emphasis on the human form.