Lorenzi Tarot
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Lorenzi Tarot
Score: 3.60 (votes: 5)
Reviews: 1
  • $31.95

Lorenzi Tarot tells the story of our era: a time steeped in dualism between the ancestral realm and the modern world, where human beings strive to find a balance between nature and technology. Through powerful imagery, this stylish deck aims to reconcile conflict with harmony, light with shadow, and doubt with hope. The two Arcana realms communicate with each other, so we find characters that recur in the deck, passing from one card to another, between dystopia to dreams, creating their own evolutionary path. Includes 78-card tarot deck and 100-page book with full color illustrations.

Specs
    • SKU
      LRZ78
    • Weight
      1.5875 lb(s)
  • ISBN
    978-1-64671-110-9
  • Size
    Box measures 7.45” x 5.4”; 78 cards measure 3” x 5”
  • Language
    EN
  • Artist
    Irene Lorenzi

What Customers Are Saying About Lorenzi Tarot

The Lorenzi Tarot is beautiful. When I first saw the art, I was amazed at the detail on the cards. The color is vibrant and while the palette is limited the cards do not suffer for it. I’ll admit that I had mixed feelings about the flamingos throughout the deck when I received the deck. My first thought was somewhat delighted confusion. “Are those flamingos? Those are flamingos. Huh.” I am the product of the 80s and lived in parts of the US that flamingos were lawn decor of questionable taste. I decided that I’m delighted by the use of the flamingos. They are colorful and striking and it’s one of my favorite elements. Another thing I particularly liked was any time a heart is featured on a card, it is an anatomical heart. I was a little surprised by the number of hearts one could fit into a deck. One of the few places you see a heart shape is on The Lovers card.

The included guidebook is full color and offers traditional upright and reversed meanings. What I found most helpful was the brief commentary on the image and how it related to the card meaning as I couldn’t always determine the immediate meaning for a card. For example, I wasn’t sure what the 2nd figure in The Hanged Man was supposed to represent and the description was helpful. Could I have puzzled it out eventually? Yes, but I had the book handy so I looked it up.

All in all, I love this deck for the reasons I pointed out and is one I’m glad to add to my collection.
—Indie Deck Review


A modern deck combining the ancestral and contemporary worlds, each card here entwines fantasy with a modern element. The images are probably more suited to an advanced reader — they offer something very different as a reading experience. The prompt at the bottom of each card will help you to stay true to the meaning, but this could be the perfect deck to read intuitively — there is enough creativity within each image to work with. If you are looking for something completely different to a RWS-style deck, give these cards a thought.
—Kindred Spirit Magazine

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