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A Compendium of Witches a 60 card deck and guidebook

Original Price $37.95
Current Price $36.05

A journey to meet the Witches of the past, hear their voices, perceive their faces and understand their stories. this beautifully illustrated oracle kit will lead you on a transformational journey of self-reflection. A wonder of meticulous research, Natasa Ilincic's watercolor portraits bring you face-to-face with thirty fictional practitioners from across the globe and throughout history. 60 cards, divided into 30 "voices" and 30 "whispers".

  • 60 cards Measure approximately 6.46" x 4.9"
  • 176 page companion book
  • 2 part box measures 5" x 7" x 2"

Natasa Ilincic

Nataša grew up at the foot of the Italian Alps; here, amongst dense woodland and opal streams, she developed an affinity for the natural world.

Guided by her passions, she studied Archaeology in Padua and Cultural Anthropology at the University of Venice, where she graduated with honours with a thesis on traditional female Balkan tattooing. Following her studies, she moved to Scotland and started her career in art and illustration.

Her work is heavily centred around mythology and inspired by dark corners of history and folklore. Symbolists, Pre-Raphaelite artists and Art Nouveau are some of her main sources of inspiration, as are Decadent literature, earth-based religions and folktales.

Nataša’s art explores the spiritual relationship between humans and wilderness with a new voice, but one that echoes the wisdom of ancient ways. It is this intimacy with nature that inspired her publications A Compendium of Witches artbook and Oracle deck.

Her work has been shortlisted for the Folio Society Book Illustration Competition 2017 and World Illustration Awards 2018, featured in annuals such as Infected By Art, and exhibited in various galleries including London House of Illustration and Somerset House.
It appears in books, magazines, role playing games, posters, tarot and oracle decks.

Clients include: Llewellyn Worldwide, Wyrmwood, Ghostfire Gaming, Lo Scarabeo, ImagineFX, 3DTotal Publishing, Floris Books, Cricket Magazine.