Today I am going to be chatting about some of my all-time favorite decks. The first one up is a new one – the “Mary-El Tarot”, from Marie White (Schiffer Books, 2012). The link to my review is here – http://bonniecehovet.wordpress.com/2012/02/16/the-mary-el-tarot/. This is a traditional 78 card deck, with non-traditional imagery and a Qabbalistic foundation. It is one of the best decks that I have ever worked with, and one that I highly recommend!
The “Way of the Fool Tarot” is a Limited Edition, Majors only Indie from Venezuelan artist Beatriz Inglessis. My review of this deck can be seen here – http://bonniecehovet.wordpress.com/2012/01/27/2173/. Absolutely incredible artwork!
“Tarot of the Holy Light” comes from my friend Christine Payne-Towler, and her partner, Michael Dowers. Another stunning deck, and the first Continental style deck to be produced in the 21st century. My review can be seen here – http://bonniecehovet.wordpress.com/2011/09/14/tarot-of-the-holy-light/.
A deck that appeals to me because it explores the roots of the Hawaiian culture is “Hazelmoon’s Hawaiian Tarot”, and Indie by Katalin E. Csikos. My review for this deck can be seen here – http://bonniecehovet.wordpress.com/2011/09/08/hazelmoon%E2%80%99s-hawaiian-tarot/.
The “Hezikos Tarot”, by Mary Griffin, is a lovely faery themed deck that I enjoy working with. My review of this deck can be seen here – http://www.aeclectic.net/tarot/cards/hezicos/review.shtml.
My friend Jordan Hoggard has a very special deck out there – “Tarot In The Land Of Mystereum”. My review of this deck can be found here – http://www.aeclectic.net/tarot/cards/land-mystereum/review.shtml. Jordan will have you thinking in whole new, creative ways before you know it! An interview with Jordan can be found here – http://www.aeclectic.net/tarot/learn/interview_jordan_hoggard.shtml.
These are but a few of the many decks out there. I hope that you have enjoyed a small tasgte of what these author’s/artists have to offer!
© February 2012 Bonnie Cehovet