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A complete deck of 78 tarot cards and an accompanying guidebook, gorgeously illustrated in rich, original line art that evokes the classic Rider-Waite designs, all ready for you to color in, customize, and bring to life.
A comprehensive, classic deck and guidebook: The 78 cards in this deck feature the Major and Minor Arcana in beautiful, simple black line art reminiscent of the classic Rider–Waite tarot deck illustrations, and the guidebook includes the meanings of each card and information on how to pull and read cards and spreads.
Complete set: This set includes 78 colorable illustrated cards (3 x 5 inches), shrink wrapped and housed in a card box; an 112-page, colorable illustrated paperback book (3 x 5 inches); a full-color folded poster insert of suggested color palettes (6 x 10 inches); and a keepsake magnetic closure box (3-1/2 x 5-3/8 inches).
Ideal format for coloring: The cards and guidebook are printed on thick, uncoated paper stock ideal for coloring with pencils, watercolor, pens, markers, or your medium of choice, and the guidebook contains information on coloring basics for beginners.
Includes a primer on color magic: Many magical practitioners believe in the magical properties and intentions of different parts of the color spectrum, and the guidebook includes information on these meanings to guide the user's color choices.
A note on packaging: In order to help honor our planet and reduce waste, we have only shrink wrapped the interior tarot cards, rather than the keepsake box. Please feel confident that your product is not defective or used, but rather represents a step we are taking to protect our collective home. When you open your deck, you will find that the actual cards inside the box are shrink wrapped for protection and to ensure first use by the buyer.
Sarah Lyons is a writer, activist, occultist, and witch. She has been practicing magic for over a decade, and has been deeply involved in New York City’s occult scene for years. Sarah was the witch in residence for Vice, where she had a weekly tarot-based web series, and has served as an on-air expert on the CW's Mysteries Decoded. Her writing has appeared in Teen Vogue, Vice, Broadly, Slutist, Fusion, Dirge Magazine, and Dear Darkling. Her books Revolutionary Witchcraft (2019) and How to Study Magic (2022) were published by Running Press. In addition to writing and practicing witchcraft, Sarah is an organizer with the New York City Democratic Socialists of America. She lives in Brooklyn.
Harriet Lee-Merrion is an award winning artist and illustrator. Her work is rendered in a wash of pastel colors and delicate black lines, and is influenced by botanical engravings, surrealism, and Japanese woodblock prints. She has worked with international clients including Google, TED, The Guardian, Bloomsbury and The New York Times, and her work has also been exhibited internationally in New York, London, and Berlin. She is the recipient of a 3×3 International Illustration Award for Editorial Illustration and is a winner of two American Illustration Awards. She has taught at various universities and has spoken internationally on the topic of illustration. She lives and works in Bristol, in the South West of England, and has been working as an illustrator since graduating from Falmouth Arts University in 2013.