Those wacky folks at Le Dernier Cri are at it again. This time it’s the Tarot de Marseille-inspired Tatarorot by Marc Brunier Mestas. As is usually the case with them, viewer discretion is advised (so don’t click and complain you weren’t warned).
Actually, I believe it is their 7th tarot. In addition to the ones you list, there have been the Tarot del Mal Rollo by Olaf Larousse and the Tarot de Marseille de NASA.
I haven't gotten my copy of the Tatarorot yet, but if I'm reading the French description correctly, this one is actually printed with 6 pass color offset rather than silkscreen. The folder that it comes in is printed with one color silkscreen.
Last edited on Wed Jun 15th, 2016 05:41 pm by papoon