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© 2019 by Love.Magic.Sparkles

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Re-stocking in mid Dec. All prices are in Singapore dollars

 

This Might Hurt Tarot is a modern deck in the Rider-Waite-Smith tradition. Keeping time-honored symbolism and imagery, but losing the medieval context, the This Might Hurt Tarot Deck is designed to be both easy to read and highly relatable. 

 

This deck, like most tarot decks, consists of 22 Major Arcana cards and 56 Minor Arcana cards. Clothing and scenery are modernized, diversity is embraced, and queerness is lovingly acknowledged. All of the court cards, and a few other select Minor Arcana cards, are portraits of real people in the creator's life.

 

  • The cards themselves measure 4.75"x 2.75" and are printed on high-quality 350 gsm matte art paper
  • Each card has a shiny gilded edge to add just a bit of magic, available in gilded gold or holographic black
  • The deck comes in a solid cardboard box with gold foil and magnetic closure
  • Includes a guidebook with an introduction, card descriptions, and a full-page black and white image of each card.

(Pre-Order) This Might Hurt Tarot

$62.00Price
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  • Meet the Creator, Isabella Rotman

    Isabella Rotman is a cartoonist and illustrator from Maine, living and drawing in Chicago. Her art is usually about the ocean, mermaids, crushing loneliness, people in the woods, or sex.

    She is the author of the sexual health comic You're so Sexy When You Aren't Transmitting STIs and Artist in Residence at Scarleteen.com. Isabella's educational graphic novel with Heather Corinna,Wait, What? A Comic Book Guide to Relationships, Bodies, and Growing Up, was published by Oni Press in 2019. Isabella was nominated for the Promising New Talent Ignatz award in 2017. Isabella is the creator of This Might Hurt Tarot, a modern and queer 78-card tarot deck based on the historic Rider-Waite-Smith deck.