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An oracle deck with brightly coloured watercolour paintings and faceless human figures, the Archeology of the Soul Cards embody sacred images and spiritual references in the 70 archetypal cards.
The Archeon Tarot features a mix of traditional and non-traditional imagery in dream-like digital collage, inspired by the author's personal symbolism and mythology.
The Archetype Cards are a richly and vibrantly coloured set of 80 cards with light and shadow attributes (keywords) on each card. For divination, meditation or understanding.
The Arcus Arcanum Tarot is a more male-oriented deck, and has brightly coloured, scenic comic-book type artwork. It uses the typical suits of cups, wands, swords and disks.
The Art Deco Fortune Telling Cards is a 52-card oracle set with a 1920s-1930s feel. The cards are un-numbered and depict a range of simple scenes with an accompanying cartomantic keyword (printed in five languages) underneath.
The Art Nouveau Oracle is illustrated in a romantic, watercolour art nouveau style, and is very similar visually to the Tarot Art Nouveau. The deck itself is based on the Lenormand pattern and has 36 cards.
The Art Nouveau Tarot by Matt Myers is decorated in a gorgeously coloured, vibrant (though rather eighties-looking), stained-glass style of imagery. The major arcana are reasonably traditional, while the minor arcana are unique in that they tell the story of four couples going through the trials and tribulations of life together.
The Art of Life Tarot matches well-known paintings - from Van Gogh, Mucha, Degas, Klimt and more - with inspirational quotes. The 78 over-sized cards can be used for readings but are also suited to daily card draws, contemplation and meditation.
The Art of Love Tarot is a 78-card tarot deck with illustrations chosen by Denise Jarvie from the large body of work by spiritual artist, Toni Carmine Salerno. The deck has a Rider-Waite foundation, but the art is non-traditional and unique in its symbolism.
The Art of Tarot is a simply illustrated Tarot set for beginners. The major arcana cards are attractive, but the minors are plain and without ilustrative scenes, which may be a little challenging for the novice.