Dark Wood Tarot

Dark Wood Tarot

By:  Abigail Larson
Sasha Graham

9780738759302
$44.99 Cards
 2020/06/08
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5.7 X 8.4 in
304 pg



BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / Divination / Tarot

"Take a walk through the Dark Wood Tarot, and you'll discover a portal to another world, unlike anything you've seen before. This is a tarot fairytale rich with symbolism, story, intrigue, and shadowy things. Sasha Graham's masterful storytelling is the perfect backdrop to Abigail Larson's art. Dark Wood Tarot isn't an ordinary deck—it's an experience."—Theresa Reed, author of The Tarot Coloring Book and coauthor of Tarot For Troubled Times


Entering the Wood Is Easy. Leaving Is a Different Matter. How Will You Emerge?

Dare to enter the dark wood and discover your shadow self with this enthralling Rider-Waite-Smith-style deck. As you take on the role of a witch entering the wood, each magnificent card becomes a vision of deep wisdom that guides you to a richer understanding of yourself. Examine secret desires and shadowy dreams. Explore the unknown recesses of your psyche. This captivating deck and full-color companion book lead you through the darkness and into the light that reflects your hidden talents and personal power.

Abigail Larson is an illustrator who works primarily with pencil, ink, watercolor, and Photoshop, creating unique, mixed-media art. Her work has been shown extensively throughout America from NYC to Los Angeles, as well as galleries in London, Paris, and Madrid. Abigail's illustrations have been featured in various publications, including Spectrum Fantastic Art, Art Fundamentals, The Graphic Canon of Children's Literature, Rue Morgue, and Digital Artist. She has also worked with many companies, including DC/Vertigo, IDW, Titan Comics, Pelican Books, 3Dtotal, Syfy, and Sideshow Collectibles.


Sasha Graham teaches tarot classes and produces tarot events at New York City's premier cultural institutions, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She has appeared on film, television, radio, and in the New York Times. She lives in New York City and can be found online at http://www.sashagraham.com.