"My love of tarot is related to this love of old things, this connection I feel with every printmaker and tarot reader that has come before me. So for me, letterpress and tarot go together quite naturally, and thus the Tarot of Sorts was born."
"It is a deck that speaks softly, but strikes deep with its insight. It is a deck that acknowledges the politics that govern our lives, but remembers that we must fight to solve the problems they cause – and we do not have to fight alone."
"I love the way sound can transport us, a portal into our inner landscapes and wisdom, an opportunity to learn to listen more deeply to ourselves."
These collaged, many-layered cards are a map, a tool, a living work of femme devotion that turns a square into a circle, reveals intersections, fill in gaps with ever-shifting nuances and possibilities of being.
Following up on the success of their Jewitchy deck the Hidden Light Tarot, Oli Starfrosting's new Talisman Tarot is a queer descendant of the Tarot de Marseilles.
"I believe that resistance and revolution can be seeded in art. Allowing our brains to experiment with different futures can help those futures feel possible."
Creator Kimberly M Tsan introduces her latest deck - a colourful, easy to use system for creating your own custom tarot spreads.
Charlie is a non-binary spirit in a human home who's gay for other queers! Based in Portland, Oregon, Charlie is the artist and author behind the Fifth Spirit Tarot.
"I imagine the Shrine of the Black Medusa as a space where you can be your full self, with all of your trauma, faults, charms, and questions"
Revolutionary Mystic Metztli Wolf is pleased to announce the launch of their exciting new Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign for Sacred Relatives Tarot Deck.
Dive deeper into your Spacious Tarot (or other favourite deck) with these four simple tarot spreads created and shared by Cathou.
If tarot cards are portals, then the Spacious Tarot is a key to step into spaces. Spaces we’ve wandered at night forever. Spaces still left to discover and explore.
Want to know how to read Lenormand cards? Start here, with this accessible guide from the Hurricane Mystic!
"...my queer art is this way: it is loud, it is intense, it is sensual and dark and unapologetic and looks nightmares and reality (and the overlap) in the eye."
"As an indigenous woman, it has been natural for me to incorporate people of color and the indigenous spiritual values that I grew up with into my work. The Gentle Tarot is for anybody wanting some gentle, loving support."
Yep, I've finally written that book :D
"In this review, I declare my flame directly to the Many Queens Tarot. After a complicated introduction, we went on to explore femmeness, feminism, solidarity and revisioning it all. What's to come next?"
"A lot of us are on similar journeys to reclaim stolen and forgotten parts of our history, cultural identity and - honestly - ourselves."
"I quickly realised that, with each card, I was actually healing myself in a sense."
I've received a lot of questions about the Alternative Tarot Course. Here are the answers!
Registration is open now, and the course begins mid-September.
"It’s frustrating to me that in 2019 we don’t see remotely accurate depictions of diversity in our media. This deck is my humble attempt to fill in some gaps."
A review of this witty, intelligent collage tarot, created by artist Jen May and writer Jessa Crispin, with highlights from the deck.
Spring is in the air and things are shifting. Here's an update about what's changing in the LRT shop!