I first saw the Nomad Tarot in Beth Maiden’s shop. I try to buy from Beth as often as I can, because I know that she truly adores everything in her shop, and she supports creators and writers. HOWEVER, I have a problem with non-illustrative pips. I didn’t learn tarot with one, and they somehow seem less-than my trusty RWS.
I have found, though, in the last year, that my opinion is less ‘bunch of sticks’ and more ‘pared down beauty’. It really annoys me, though, because I can no longer harass my Marseilles friends and be a brat about it.
Anyway, this deck, the Nomad Tarot, has kind of non-illustrative pips. The feathers, moths, shells and crystals that make up the minors are all a little different, and in different arrangements. They make me curious, and I think that’s the best compliment i could give a deck.
You can also find out more about Jennifer and her work below.
Thanks for your time, J. Can’t wait to play with this one.
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