The Byzantine Tarot draws upon the history, art, iconography and culture of the Byzantine Empire of the 4th - 15th centuries. The 78 cards have been created in the rich and opulent style of the era by illustrator Cilla Conway. A comprehensive companion book by John Matthews is packaged with the deck.
The English Magic Tarot is a 78 card deck set in the 16th century period of English history, known as a golden age for magic and mysticism. The cards feature deceptively simple, non-traditional Tarot scenes with hidden occult-related riddles, illustrated in a comic-book style.
The Star That Never Walks Around is a non-traditional but readable round Tarot deck of 78 cards, with imagery shaped by Native American myths and legends.
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 Universal Tarot draws on many diverse cultures and mythologies such as Christianity, the Egyptians, Islam, Shamanism, Buddhism and more, to show cultural diversity.