Design and Artwork
The Tarot Icards, based on the classic designs of A.E. Waite and reimagined by Hajo Banzhaf and Noemi Christoph, present a modern twist on traditional tarot imagery. This 78-card deck maintains the iconic symbolism of Waite’s original designs while incorporating contemporary artistic elements. Each card, measuring 7 x 12 cm, is crafted with attention to detail and color, making the deck not only a tool for divination but also a work of art.
Symbolism and Themes
Staying true to A.E. Waite’s foundational symbolism, the Tarot Icards capture the essence of traditional tarot themes such as journey, transformation, and reflection. Banzhaf and Christoph have infused the deck with a modern sensibility that appeals to today’s tarot enthusiasts, making the timeless wisdom of the tarot accessible to a new generation of seekers.
About the Authors: Hajo Banzhaf and Noemi Christoph
Hajo Banzhaf and Noemi Christoph are renowned for their expertise in tarot and their ability to blend classic and contemporary styles. Their collaboration on the Tarot Icards brings a fresh perspective to Waite’s iconic tarot, making it relevant for contemporary users while honoring the legacy of traditional tarot reading.
Each Tarot Icard set comes with a free app link, providing users with an innovative and interactive way to engage with the tarot. The app includes various features such as detailed card interpretations and reading layouts. Additionally, the deck includes a large poster (43 x 50 cm) featuring all the cards, which serves as a useful reference and a stunning piece of art.
- Creators: A.E. Waite, Hajo Banzhaf, and Noemi Christoph.
- Number of Cards: 78-card deck.
- Card Size: Each card measures 7 x 12 cm.
- Free App: Link included for an interactive tarot reading experience.
- Poster: A large 43 x 50 cm poster displaying all the cards.
- Art Style: A blend of traditional and modern artistic elements.
- Audience: Suitable for both newcomers and experienced tarot readers.
- Quality: High-quality, durable cards for regular use.
- Cultural Relevance: Modern interpretation of A.E. Waite’s iconic tarot.