True Black was conceived as a timeless tarot.
Every detail, from card thickness to matte finish to
hand-painted edges, has been carefully chosen to
embody an exacting perfection for the new gold
standard in tarot decks, while the paintings recall
a world that is simultaneously ancient and visionary.
Truly a cut above.
79 beautifully illustrated cards are housed in a foil-stamped
magnetic box. Exacting and robustly constructed, it will be a
statement piece in and of itself.
Sleek black-on-black foil stamped starmaps continue
from the outside of the box to the inside, and extend
to the included booklet and guide.
Every card back features a gloss-on-matte starmap,
and every card title is detailed in a glossy finish.
All 22 Major Arcana cards feature an individual and
distinctive additional gloss design all its own.
Illustrated in a style that refuses to be placed in any
specific era or time, each card emerges from the
darkness with a hauntingly beautiful message.
Each is a story unto itself, embodied in a painting
that is both ancient and contemporary.
The perfect fit for a timeless tarot.
Every deck is hand-edged in black paint by the
creator, ensuring that your final deck is not only
created with world-class precision manufacturing,
but also hand-finished with care by an artisan.
Exceptionally high-end printing and manufacturing
methods result in a card that is surprisingly
scratch-resistant, impervious to cracked or chipped
edges, and feel as velvety-soft as a rose petal.
Truly the best of both worlds.
A timeless tarot should last.
In addition to being rugged and scratch resistant,
each card has been built to resist spills.
Take True Black with you.
Use it, love it, and fear nothing.
- Pre-order prices are discounted from the anticipated retail price
- Expected ship-date December 2018
give back ON
In an effort to give back to the world and communities that helped make True Black possible, 75% of profits made on every October 17th will be donated to worldwide humanitarian efforts and LGBT childhood crisis prevention in the United States.
Fun(ded) Day, October 17th, marks the day True Black was successfully funded on Kickstarter.