Personal Space Tarot


A friendly, accessible tarot deck ideal for personal readings and exploration. Created by illustrator Emilee Graverson.

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These quirky, hand-drawn tarot cards reimagine traditional Rider-Waite-Smith imagery in a simple, modern illustrative style. This deck has a lovely, cosy warmth to it; it’s friendly, approachable, with hidden depths. Sparse use of colour and symbolism creates a deck that is accessible for all to use. Complete with a handmade zine explaining the cards’ meanings.

Read more about this deck in this interview with creator and illustrator Emilee Graverson!


  • 78 full-colour tarot cards following standard system. Cards are 2.75”×4.75” (70mm×120mm) and are printed on 300gsm stock.
  • Presented in a custom printed tuck-box.
  • Complete with small handmade booklet describing deck and card meanings

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  1. Asali

    I think I’ll write what I noted to day. I’m finding this deck to be surprisingly direct for the most part. I thought it would be more abstract and up in the air but it reads with an almost tangible directness. For both small and large spreads I can almost feel the cards’ comforting pat on my shoulder or the warning twinge of a pinch. While some cards do leave me with a frown of confusion, I do enjoy leaning into that confusion to search out the piece that that inevitably makes the card connect. My one real criticism would be the LWB- I’ve gotten used to indie decks doing much more than the usual LWB but I suppose that’s not a fair requirement to authors and artists with less resources than large publishing houses. So really, can’t hold that all the way against it.

    Bottom line, this is a lovely, intuitive deck. If you are at all drawn to this art style, you should try it.

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