Tarot Mucha Deck Review

This is one of my favorite decks -easy on the eyes, very nice colors and reads nicely.

benebell wen

Tarot Mucha 01 Box

I kept dragging my feet on whether to join the Tarot Mucha bandwagon, but here it is, and sometimes you just have to give in to the tarot reader majority when they’re all gushing over a certain deck, because they tend to be right. There are so many reasons to get this deck that I don’t even know how to process my thoughts and begin this review.

I’m loving it so much and will probably find myself using it in professional reading settings. It’s also a fantastic starter deck for a beginner reader who wants to commence study with the RWS tradition but may be having a hard time connecting artistically to the original Rider-Waite-Smith deck.

Tarot Mucha 02 Deck Set

The Tarot Mucha is inspired by the artistic style of Alphonse Mucha (1860 – 1939), an Art Nouveau painter and illustrator. While his commercial works were the ones that gained fame, e.g., his postcards, advert…

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