Making Cards

May 26th, 2017 § Comments Off on Making Cards § permalink

Here’s a nice little video featuring Osvaldo Menegazzi of Milan talking a little about the beautiful Tarot cards he’s been painting and drawing for years.

Take a look at the Great Big Story: Painting The Future – The Handmade Art of Tarot Cards from Alberto Chelleri

The Delta Enduring Tarot

May 15th, 2017 § Comments Off on The Delta Enduring Tarot § permalink

The Delta Enduring Tarot is a new Tarot project focused on the natural beauty and struggles of life in the Mississippi Delta. Created by Egan, this looks like it’s going to be a very interesting deck.

Take a look at the video below, and/or visit the Delta Enduring project page or website to learn more.

It Can Be Tough Being a Knight

May 10th, 2017 § Comments Off on It Can Be Tough Being a Knight § permalink

The Tarot might make it look glamourous, but sometimes being a Knight isn’t so easy.

Take a look at Jake Mahaffy’s A.D. 1363, the End of Chivalry

The New American Tarot

May 8th, 2017 § Comments Off on The New American Tarot § permalink

The New American Tarot by David Aaron Smith looks like it might be pretty interesting … or at least that’s what his kooky (and perhaps even a little creepy) project video suggests.

Take a look at the video below, and/or visit The New American Tarot project page to learn more.

The Shakespeare Tarot

May 5th, 2017 § Comments Off on The Shakespeare Tarot § permalink

If you’re a Shakespeare fan, and a lover of Tarot, you might be interested in this new Tarot project by Chris Leech. It’s appropriately called – The Shakespeare Tarot.

These cards look absolutely beautiful. And I like their horizontal positioning, very interesting. It gives more room within the images, and Leech has put that space to good use.

You can see all the cards at The Shakespeare Tarot website, and/or visit the Indiegogo project page to learn more.

78 Tarot Astral – a new collaborative deck

April 23rd, 2017 § Comments Off on 78 Tarot Astral – a new collaborative deck § permalink

I’m a big fan of collaborative decks, and this new one by 78 Tarot Astral (the 4th collaborative deck they’ve made), looks like it’s going to be another good one!

Take a look at the video below, and/or visit the 78 Tarot Astral project page to learn more …


April 17th, 2017 § Comments Off on Grifting § permalink

In support of their new album, Sincerely, Future Pollution, Timber Timbre (a band associated with my non-Tarot life) recently released their new video Grifting.

Directed by Elenor Kopka, the animated video features an unusual Tarot session involving cards that come alive, and somewhat disturbing querents and reader.

Take a look …

Beautiful Bullshit – a talk with Enrique Enriquez

April 15th, 2017 § Comments Off on Beautiful Bullshit – a talk with Enrique Enriquez § permalink

If you’re in NYC, or Brooklyn in particular, on Thursday, April 20th, head on over to Catland Books, Fashion & Esoterica on Flushing Avenue. My very favourite Marseille reading Tarot poet, Enrique Enriquez will be there presenting his talk –BEAUTIFUL BULLSHIT The Tarot: a cure for common sense.

As described on the Catland Books website

Tarot images are breadcrumbs that lead our eyes astray. They sabotage the prose of life until it collapses into poetry, while affording us the ability to become imaginary. In a slippery world the tarot makes so that we can only feel steady while standing on a paradox.

If I were in Brooklyn on April 20th, I’d definitely be at Catland Books at 7:30 pm.

The Hanged Man

April 13th, 2017 § Comments Off on The Hanged Man § permalink

Not a whole lot happens in the video below, but given that’s it’s meant to represent The Hanged Man, that isn’t so surprising.

With The Hanged Man, it’s not so much about action and new experiences as it is about hanging tight and looking at things from a new perspective.

On that level, Le Pendu by Kim McGillivray perfectly fits the bill. Take a look

Two of Cups

March 28th, 2017 § Comments Off on Two of Cups § permalink

Here’s an interesting (if not somewhat disturbing) short film called Two of Cups by Javier Badillo. It’s based on the Elizabeth Barrett Browning poem I thought once how Theocritus had sung …

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