The main concept of the deck is the opposition and interaction of light and darkness. Drawings are filled with sunlight and shadows. This chemistry should be balanced in human nature. Light Seer's Tarot exudes harmony and positivity. It is very popular and fits perfectly for beginners. Read more
These cards are fabulous and mysterious. They don't reveal their meaning right away. It takes time to think about their images, the sensations they evoke, and your own feelings. Read more
The idea of linking fairy-tale folklore and the Tarot is very interesting. These phenomena have a lot in common. Legends and fairy tales are the concentration of the wisdom of our ancestors. This is a collection of symbols and archetypes, ideas about the world, about good and evil. Each local story has its own national flavor, but many of them have common motifs and similar plots. Myths and legends are passed down from generation to generation and unite different cultures and peoples around the world. Read more
These cute and jolly cards are full of witchy stuff, like brooms, hoods, magic wands, pots of potion. And lovely cats are also there!
The cards are very bright-colored and picturesque. Images resemble illustrations from fairy tales. You want to look at them for a long while and discover funny details on them. Read more
Cards are drawn in a simple but in a bright style. They resemble comics or illustrations in a fashion magazine.
Modern Witch Tarot is a deck for active women seeking to use their own inner strength and intuition.
This deck has made a breakthrough in the development of indie Tarot decks. It showed that Tarot can be bold and modern. Read more
In the 1990s, artist Mary Hanson-Roberts painstakingly and carefully recolored the traditional cards created by Pamela Colman Smith. Mary used colored pencils in her work. This technique made it possible to achieve a handmade effect, adding bright colors to the cards, while preserving the authenticity and spirit of the classic deck.
Universal Waite Tarot is published by the U.S. Games Systems. There are versions of the deck in standard size, pocket edition and in a wonderful iron tin. Read more
All Arcana contain original drawings with a plenty of tiny details that are interesting to understand. Norbert Lösche has mixed modern stuff, retro style and orientalism. With this eclecticism, you can feel the style of the 80s - the time when the deck was created. Read more
The drawings on this Tarot deck are made in the style of alchemical engravings of the XVII century. I really love this visual style. I think this is how a classic Tarot deck should look like. Read more
Philosophy of the deck is based on the Wheel of the Year symbol, on ancient traditions, and legends of forest spirits.
The deck has its own interpretation system, although structurally it is close to the Rider-Waite deck. It may not be easy to work with these cards, and you may need time to learn. But it's worth it. Many owners of this Tarot deck note its strong spiritual energy. It reads perfectly and creates a warm positive atmosphere. Read more