My handmade tarot deck will be out in the world very soon. In the meantime, I invite you to sneak a peek on some of the cards and their meanings. . The figures in Yellow Tarot are meant to be free of gender, race, and socio-cultural contexts.
For me, learning tarot was about reconnecting with a distant, almost subconscious childhood curiosity that was never satiated. The making of this deck served as a clear-cut and gentle process born out of the partial loss of my inner child and the battles I was fighting.
Throughout the course of a year, I aimed to stay deeply immersed in the making of each card, designing and assembling the pieces with patience, intention, and care.
The creative evolution of this deck reflects my experience of learning to interpret the tarot - a process that intertwined nature, intuition, and spirituality. Honoring those aspects in the design process led to hand-cutting the elements for each card, and incorporating some special tools and materials along the way.
My hope in sharing this deck with others is that the imagery and energy of these cards serve as a reminder that whether we are in the light or in the dark, there is always a path for the seeker.