The Luna Sol Spread

By Darren Shill

Those of you who have been exploring The Luna Sol Tarot have hopefully delved into our little booklet and come across the spread we created to accompany the deck. For those who haven’t gotten the deck yet, we wanted to give you a chance to try our custom spread with another deck that resonates with you.

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Lots of love for The Luna Sol Tarot!

It’s been an amazing month for Liminal 11! Our first products were launched; we’ve got distribution in the UK, Europe and North America; we went to Thought Bubble, Mind Body Soul Experience and the UK Tarot Conference (with more to come!); we’ve published three full chapters of the amazing Tales of the Tarot webcomic; and we’ve been getting a lot of really wonderful feedback on our publications! The Luna Sol Tarot has been especially popular, so we thought we’d thank the amazing reviewers and influencers who have shown us love by rounding up all of their kind words and coverage here!

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Liminal 11 co-founders Darren Shill and Mike Medaglia at our launch party

Liminal 11’s launch party AND SO MUCH MORE!

by Sarah Wray

Well, it’s official… we’re official! Last week, we held our proper launch party, plus we have some REALLY EXCITING NEWS . . .

In the media? Read our official press release.

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Tales of the Tarot is a weekly webcomic by Kaylee Pinecone, following the narrative of each card in the major arcana, from The Fool to The World. (Click here to see the full series!)

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Fumio Obata (born in Toyko, 1975) came to the UK when he was 16 years old and completed his BA Illustration degree at Glasgow School of Art and a Master degree in Communication Design from Royal College of Art in London. He then pursued his comic book career here in the UK after realizing there were more challenges in Europe than his home country, Japan. He is now an author whose work and inspiration come from cultural differences and social issues in his surroundings. His style and work are influenced by both Japanese and European aesthetics.

He is latest graphic novel Just So Happens, published by Jonathan Cape, Random House, has won many high acclaims and now been translated and published in 8 different countries.

Fumio also has a career as an animator. Between 2003 and 2008 he worked with Duran DuranChannel4, and joined Redkite Animations in Edinburgh in 2006. In Edinburgh, he worked on numbers of joint projects with DC Thompson.

Between 2008-9 he completed a comic artist residency at La Maison Des Auteurs (The House of Authors)Angoulême, France – a renowned programme organised by La Cité Internationale de la Bande Desinée et de l’image. In 2013 he was offered a senior lecturer post for the BA Illustration course at the University of Gloucestershire in UK and currently supporting young talents to develop their own/unique artistic voices in various sequential contexts such as animation, graphic novel and children’s book. 

He is a regular contributor to Italian News Magazine Internazionale for his graphic reportage on a series of natural disasters in Japan.

Head over to Fumio’s website

Stay in touch via Instagram, Twitter and Tumblr.

Order Just So Happens in the UK

Fumio’s publications for Liminal 11:

Watch this space!

Sean Michael Wilson is a graphic novel writer living in Scotland and Japan. His books are often on themes of history, biography and social issues. He has had more than twenty books published with a variety of US, UK and Japanese publishers, including: a comic book version of A Christmas Carol (‘Best of 2008’, Sunday Times), AX:alternative manga ( ‘Best ten books of 2010’, Publishers Weekly), Parecomic (with an introduction by Noam Chomsky, his first contribution to a book in graphic form) and several manga versions of Japanese classics, such as The Book of Five Rings, Hagakure and The 47 Ronin. In 2016 his book The Faceless Ghost was nominated for the prestigious Eisner Book Awards. In 2017, his book Secrets of the Ninja won an International Manga Award from the Japanese government – he is the first British person to receive this award. He has worked with a variety of organisations in the process, such as British universities and museums, Norwegian’s People’s Aid, the British and American Humanist Associations, Corporate Watch, War on Want and the Arts Council. He often gives lectures and talks about comics in schools and colleges, and has written articles for such places as The Japan Times, The London Economic and The Herald Scotland.

Check out Sean’s website

Buy Sean’s books!

Stay in touch with him via his blog, and on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook

Sean’s publications for Liminal 11:

Watch this space!

Enoki Liminal 11

Enoki is an award-winning comic artist who illustrates and animates for corporations around the globe. Guided by intuition and curiosity, Enoki creates with empathy, love, and courage with the hope to reach out and connect with others through her stories and art. Philosphy and loneliness, 1910s theatre, and sci-fi, are often themes inspired within her mysterious and elegant paintings. Enoki lives with many plants and practices Historical Fencing in Bristol, UK. Her favourite flower is the Peace Lily.

Follow Enoki on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook!

Enoki’s publications for Liminal 11:

Mini Meditations on Friendship


If you don’t know her by now, we’re not sure where you’ve been! Tillie Walden – creator of one of the inaugural titles in our Mini Meditations series, Mini Meditations on Creativity – is the breakout star of the comics world, now with an Eisner Award under her belt for her graphic memoir Spinning.

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The Eight of Disks in the Luna Sol Tarot

By Darren Shill

With the Sun in Virgo and The Luna Sol Tarot being delivered from the printers, what finer time to reflect on that busy Minor Arcana, the Eight of Disks.

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Tales of the Tarot is a weekly webcomic by Kaylee Pinecone, following the narrative of each card in the major arcana, from The Fool to The World. (Click here to see the full series!)

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fool luna sol tarot

The Fool in The Luna Sol Tarot

By Darren Shill

It’s strange how one of the most interesting  Major Arcana cards (from a numerological perspective) arguably doesn’t have a number at all. Here is a Zero that could represent nothing but is the source of everything. It is the beginning and it is also the end.

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Constance Armitage lives between the worlds of art and technology. She began personifying hardware components and visualising concepts whilst studying Computer Science because it was the most effective (and fun) way for her to learn. Finding later that many others also learn in this way, her interest in using storytelling and art to explain abstract ideas grew. In a time where technological advancements are fuelled by greed, where ethics and social impact are afterthoughts, and change is increasingly fast-paced and complex, anxiety and stress are commonplace in many daily lives. Constance tries to promote a kinder, slower, calmer way of working and living through her art.

Visit Constance’s website 

View more of her art on tumblr

Connect with Constance on Twitter and Instagram

Constance’s publications for Liminal 11:

Watch this space!

The Two of Cups in the Luna Sol Tarot (PLUS a special offer!)

By Darren Shill

There is something weird that happens between the Aces and the Twos in the tarot. Aces always feel special. All that potential and pure essence of the suit gives them a presence that stands apart from the other cards.

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Tales of the Tarot is a weekly webcomic by Kaylee Pinecone, following the narrative of each card in the major arcana, from The Fool to The World. (Click here to see the full series!)

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Liminal 11’s launch party!

We’re having a party to celebrate the publication of Liminal 11’s first titles and our official launch as a new publisher! And you’re invited!

Please join us on Thursday, 11 October 2018, at Gosh! Comics in London. (more about the event)

Mike Medaglia and Sarina Mantle will there signing copies of The Luna Sol Tarot and Women + Patterns + Plantsand we’ll also have copies of Mini Meditations on Creativity and Mini Meditations on Joy.

It’s been such an exciting journey from the initial seeds that led to Liminal 11’s founding to actually being able to hold our first titles in our hands. We absolutely can’t wait to celebrate, and we hope you’ll come and be a part of it!

To help give us an idea of how many to expect, please RSVP on Facebook.


In case you haven’t noticed, there’s a new menu item at the top of our website… the Liminal 11 webshop is now open for pre-orders!

You can now reserve your copy of The Luna Sol Tarot by Mike Medaglia, Mini Meditations on Joy by Adam & Lisa Murphy, Mini Meditations on Creativity by Tillie Walden, Women + Patterns + Plants by Sarina Mantle, plus exclusive prints and The Luna Sol Tarot 2019 Calendar! You lucky thing, you.

Head on over to the shop to have a browse!


Our publications list is really growing, and we’re overjoyed to be able to share yet another with you! Sara Botero’s The Essential Vegan Toolkit is an illustrated guide about how (and why!) to go vegan FOR GOOD! We love Sara’s style, and we encourage you to head over to Instagram where you can follow her @qitiji.

Follow us on TwitterInstagram and Facebook to see more from Sara and The Essential Vegan Toolkit. And sign up to our newsletter to be sure you don’t miss out on pre-orders and offers for this title.

The Luna Sol Tarot 2019 Calendar

By Mike Medaglia

978-1-912634-06-4 * £11.99 * published 11th September 2018


A 2019 calendar full of uplifting images from Mike Medaglia’s Luna Sol Tarot deck.

For fans of artist Mike Medaglia and his new Luna Sol Tarot deck, The Luna Sol Tarot 2019 Calendar lets you enjoy Mike’s gorgeous tarot artwork throughout every month of the year. Includes lovely hand-drawn calendar grids!


Want the tarot deck too? Click here!


Mike Medaglia is the co-founder of Liminal 11. He is also author of the best-selling One Year Wiser series (SelfMadeHero), including a book of truly beautiful illustrated meditations, a colouring book, a gratitude journal and an illustrated guide to mindfulness. Mike has drawn and written for the Huffington Post on topics like gratitude, mindfulness, Zen and modern life. He was previously art editor at Jessica Kingsley Publishers working on a range of comics and graphic novels about topics like chronic pain, dementia, Asperger Syndrome, PTSD and anxiety.