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.

The Incredible Psychic Meow Tarot

December 17th, 2016 § Comments Off on The Incredible Psychic Meow Tarot § permalink

Cat and Tarot Lovers everywhere .. if you missed it before, here’s another chance to help The Incredible Psychic Meow Tarot deck by Serena Toxicat get printed!

Take a look at the video below, and/or visit the Incredible Psychic Meow project page to learn more.

The Midcenturian Tarot

October 6th, 2016 § Comments Off on The Midcenturian Tarot § permalink

Here’s another sweet new Tarot deck in the works – The Midcenturian Tarot, an abstracted modern version of the Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot.

Take a look at the video below, and/or visit artist Clara Vaduva’s project page to learn more.

Raziel Tarot: Majors Edition

September 6th, 2016 § Comments Off on Raziel Tarot: Majors Edition § permalink

The Raziel Tarot by Rachel Pollack and Robert M. Place

Robert M. Place and Rachel Pollack are at it again with their brand new Raziel Tarot: Majors Edition.

Designed by Robert M. Place, this fabulous looking new Majors-only deck comes in a box set that includes the 24 deluxe large size cards, and a 186 page companion book written by Rachel Pollack.

It looks beautiful!

Visit the Raziel Tarot project page to learn more and to get a copy of your own.

Fine Dalla Torre Tarot

June 24th, 2016 § 1 comment § permalink

After 400 years, the Fine Dalla Torre Tarot is coming back to life!

Till now, the only known copy of this deck from XVII Century Bologna was in the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris, but The International Museum of Tarot is bringing it back.

Take a look at the video below to see images from this beautiful and historic deck, and if you’d like to learn more, or even get a copy for yourself, visit the Fine Dalla Torre Tarot project page.

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Twisted Tarot Tales

May 23rd, 2016 § 0 comments § permalink

Inspired by vintage horror comics, this hand drawn deck looks kind of spooky, but very very fun! It’s the Twisted Tarot Tales deck by James Battersby and Christine Aguiar. Take a look at the video below, and/or visit the Twisted Tarot Tales project page to learn more …

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The Marziano Tarot

May 17th, 2016 § 0 comments § permalink

One of my favourite deck designers has done it again! Robert M. Place has created a brand new Tarot deck based on the oldest known Tarot deck in the world – The Marziano Tarot.

Though no cards from the original deck exist, Place re-created the images based on descriptions from its designer, Marziano da Tortona, as he wrote about the cards back in the 15th Century.

It’s a fascinating story, and if you’d like to learn more, and maybe even order a copy of the deck for yourself, visit the Marziano Tarot project page.

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Sunrise & Sunset Tarot

January 7th, 2016 § 0 comments § permalink

Here’s an interesting new Tarot deck project from Giovanni Monti and the International Museum of Tarot in Italy … The Sunrise & Sunset Tarot.

The project features two surreal Major Arcana decks, one focusing on questions of growth (Sunrise) and one focusing on issues surrounding detatchment and closure (Sunset).

To see both decks and to learn more about the project, take a look at the video below, and/or visit the Sunrise & Sunset Tarot project page.

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Orbifold Tarot

August 18th, 2015 § 0 comments § permalink

Using only one form (the circle), the four elements, and six basic colours, Michael Bridge-Dickson has designed a beautiful deck. It’s simple and contemporary in design, while maintaining the traditional concepts of the Marseille tradition.

Take a look at the deck in the video below, and if you’re interested in learning more, visit the Orbifold Tarot Indiegogo project page.

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The Tarot of Bones

April 27th, 2015 § 0 comments § permalink

Having already posted about two Tarot projects last week (The Psychobilly Tarot and The Ghetto Tarot), I was a little hesitant to post about another one so soon. But since this one is so very different from the other two, I thought I’d go ahead.

So here it is – The Tarot of Bones, a natural history-themed divination set by artist and author Lupa. Take a look at her video below, and visit The Tarot of Bones project page to learn more.

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