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Sun and Moon in a Tin

By playfully incorporating mythology and astrology, Vanessa Decort brings unique interpretations to traditional tarot, presenting a deck that is both insightful and accessible. The Sun and Moon Tarot follows the traditional structure of Crowley Thoth Tarot. The Minor Arcana features Crowley’s key words at the top of the cards, with the card titles and numbering at the bottom. Major Arcana cards show the associated Hebrew letter in the artwork. Sun and Moon Tarot is a multi-cultural tarot deck with symbolism borrowed from Hinduism, yoga, ancient Egyptian and classical Greek mythology, the I Ching, and Runes. The instruction booklet includes astrological associations and explanation of the Hebrew letters, as well as the card interpretations. This pocket-sized deck, presented in a tin, features the black borders originally designed by the artist.

Specs
  • Author Vanessa Decort
  • Artist Vanessa Decort
  • Tin measures 2.625" x 4.125"
  • Cards measure 2.75" x 4.75
Creator

Vanessa Decort graduated in 1998, from Sint Lukas Art School Brussels, with a degree in graphic 
design and illustration.

After her studies she illustrated children's books and book covers for several editors. 
After working as an illustrator and multimedia designer for a few years, she left the commercial 
world and went back to art education. Vanessa now holds art classes at the Academy of Art while 
working on her own projects. 

With her illustrations she tries to explore other worlds: the fourth dimension, fairy tales and myths,
her own experiences and fantasy. In her work there are also references to holism and the Science
of Wholeness originating from: oriental philosophies and other cultures. 

Vanessa seeks to challenge the paranoia and egomania of the competitive Western society through
her work.

The name Vanessa is also a genus of brush-footed butterflies.
Vanessa cardui is a well-known colourful butterfly known as ‘The Painted Lady‘ or in North America
as ‘The Cosmopolitan‘. This butterfly has a strange pattern of flying in a sort of screw shape.

 

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