Two Decks

April 14th, 2014 § 0 comments § permalink

Today I’m posting about two Kickstarter projects, both of which are follow-ups of earlier successful projects.

The first is a deck by Nakisha VanderHoeven called Rabbit Tarot. This adorable rabbit themed deck has been so popular, its ready for its third edition.

Take a look at the video below to see all the cards, and visit the Rabbit Tarot project page to learn more. You might even want to get a copy for yourself.

The second project I wanted to mention is The Wooden Tarot by Amy Swartz.

This is a beautiful deck that was first created as a Majors-only. Due to popular demand, however, Swartz was encouraged to do the whole deck and is now putting together all 78 images. They’re quite stunning.

You can see Swartz talk about her deck in the video below, and visit The Wooden Tarot: Full Deck project page to see more of the images.

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Some Tarot Projects In the Works …

October 2nd, 2013 § 0 comments § permalink

There are few Tarot Kickstarter projects going on right now that might interest Tarot fans …

O C C O – Game of Tarot – a strategic card game developed by Scott Hill, using Tarot cards designed especially for the game. Inspired by traditional Italian games of Tarocchi, Hill’s game takes Tarot card play to the next level.

Circus Insight Cards by Sharon DelConte and Brian Carver – a fun, brightly-coloured, 78 card deck inspired by the Circus and meant to heal your inner child.

Caravan of SEE’ers Cartomancer Playing Cards – Jennifer Kast designed this really nice illustrated playing card deck meant especially for divination. This is a remount of her campaign from earlier this year.

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A Couple of Tarot Projects in the Works

July 10th, 2013 § 0 comments § permalink

Here are two (or three depending on how you look at it) Tarot Kickstarter projects you might be interested in supporting.

The first is Nakisha VanderHoeven’s The Badgers Forest Tarot, filled with wild forest animals like deer, bears, boars, goats, and of course badgers.

The second is from Juan Vincent who is making the Trixter and Dwende Tarot, both based on Filipino folklore and the different energies of the Trixter.

Take a look at their videos to see what you think. And you can visit their project pages to learn more.

The Badgers Forest Tarot Kickstarter Page

Trixter and Dwende Tarots Kickstart Page

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