Spring is in the air and things are shifting. Here's an update about what's changing in the LRT shop!
A colourful, oversized tarot with an evocative, folk-art style.
There are just so many new decks in store this month! Here's a quick(ish) roundup...
"Inspiration came from Rookie’s aesthetic, which resonates strongly with me as it’s very DIY, zine-like. I grew up in the 90s so I have a soft spot for collage."
It was the kind of book that gave me little epiphanies as I read it and continues to do so when I consult it while reading the cards.
"I’m printing this deck for anyone else who likes to look at tarot cards, and laugh, and feel that there is space for their version of beauty."
Following a wildly successful first year, this inclusive, queer-centred, encouraging and colourful deck is back for a second round.
"It takes what it takes. Give yourself permission for it all." Ellen Lorenzi-Prince is retiring her much-loved creations to make room for her own evolution.
These images connect me to myself, to reality, to what I love and value and long for.
"I built a portfolio full of melanated goddesses with creamy brown skin tones embracing their femininity and power. I love making art that makes my sisters feel good about themselves."
This guest post is an extract from Astrology and Storytelling, by astrologer Alice Sparkly Kat. When we talk about astrology, there’s this idea that astrology is something to be believed in. Do you believe in astrology? Why do you believe in astrology? I don’t believe in astrology. But astrology is only the study of change …
"Nature and everything within it exist in relation to other things, and it does this for itself
and for no reason at all."