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 Tuffo nel Mistero - translated as Plunge into Mystery - is another deck from prolific Italian artist, Luigi Scapini. It's a reduced tarot deck that has only six numbered cards in each suit, for a total of 62 cards.
Twenty-Two Keys of the Tarot is a rare majors-only deck by Susan Kay Topa, published in 1979. The 22 cards follow the Thoth pattern and were hand-printed, giving them a blocky, primitive appearance.
The Twilight Rabbit Tarot has 78 cards of anthropomorphic rabbits in Rider-Waite-like scenes. Majors have been renamed to suit the theme (eg. the Hareophant). Suits have also been renamed to Clover (Wands), Passions (Cups), Carrots (Swords) and Stones (Pentacles).
Twilight Realm: A Tarot of Faery
The Twilight Realm: A Tarot of Faery has 78 cards of fairies and the fae, painted in luminous colour on a relatively unusual black background. The set has a full 224-page companion book by the artist to accompany the cards.
Another digitally generated deck-in-progress, the Twlight Tarot incorporates public domain images from many different sources.
Twisted Tarot Tales is an 83-card (or 117-card, for the full version) tarot deck inspired by vintage horror comic books. It's gruesome and creepy - but also fun and modern and a little cheesy. Successfully crowd-funded, the deck is due to be published very soon.
The Tyldwick Tarot has 78 elegant cards that feel like walking through a stately English home. The artist took inspiration from architectural patterns, flowers, geometry and kaleidoscopes to create a complete imaginary world that invites the reader inside. Now published in a gilt-edged, limited edition of 2000 decks.
The Typeface Tarot conveys the meanings of the major arcana through the choice of typeface alone - from fonts like Trajanus to Sylfaen to ChopinScript. The 22 cards are available online only, as a free PDF download.