FENESTRA TAROT DECK REVIEW
The Fenestra Tarot deck has 78 soft, watercolor cards that are almost sepia-toned. It is a close match to Rider-Waite’s style for the tarot card scene scenes and borders them with large, ornamental borders. United States Games. The brand new deck Fenestra Tarot was created by Charity, a Thai musician who is also the illustrator for the Wiccan Cards (Llewellyn 2006. According to United States Games, her art incorporates elements of Art Deco and Egyptian folklore as well as Japanese Manga. It does. Fenestra, Latin for “home window”, is the name of all the cards that have window-like frames.
FENESTRA TAROT DECK CARD DETAILS
The card backs feature a beautiful Art Deco pattern and 2 roses. Both the best and reverse sides of the backs are proportionate. The right edge of each card has a small message, 2006 US GAMES. It is not large enough to cause any disruption to the art, but it is big enough to be used as a signal of turnarounds if necessary.
They are laminated and very shiny which makes them somewhat unsafe when new. They can be maintained well and will become easier to handle over time. The card size is very practical. The cards can be found in a larger box. This huge box contains a spreadsheet with beautiful art by the musician as well as a variant of the Celtic cross spread. I find the Celtic cross a bit unusual and also not particularly great from my perspective (e.g. The current past as well as future have been switched, which feels both unusual and unneeded.