We’ve just announced another tarot deck! White Numen Tarot will be published in January 2021. Get to know the deck’s creator, AlbaBG, in the interview below.View Post
We are so excited to tell you that we have another tarot deck publishing in December 2020! (edit: this deck is now releasing in January 2021). AlbaBG has been wowing fans (and us!) over on Instagram with her tarot artwork for a while now. We’re delighted to be publishing her White Numen Tarot deck!View Post
9781912634187 * £21.99 * Published March 2021
USA & Canada: 9781454943341 * $24.95 / $33.95* Published March 2021
French Edition: 9791028520090 * 23,90€ * Published April 2021 (LE TAROT DES DIVINITÉS)
Exclusive Special Limited Edition: *£75 * published 2021 (Sold Out)
Sacred animal spirits (‘Numen’) are interwoven into the classical imagery of the tarot to create stunning cards that are both otherworldly and yet highly contemporary.
White Numen Tarot is an exemplary example of the very best that modern tarot can deliver and has been highly praised by the Tarot Community. These are cards that feel truly alive.
Our ancestors knew how to tremble in the presence of that little abyss within the eyes of a beast. They knew how to recognize the bond with creatures radically different from themselves, whom they venerated, but at the same time whose death meant food, thus life. This ancient conflict reveals the connection between the sacred and the sacrificial and how rituals of cyclic regeneration evolved. Today, humans continue to feel conflicted by our sometimes-violent relationship to the natural world. The images of Numen (sacred spirits) in this deck seek to symbolically close that wound – this is a new kind of ritual for healing and connecting and a chance to rebuild our bond with animals
AlbaBG was born in a hot day of 199X somwhere along the Mediterranean. She co-founded Weba! Studio (animation and indie-games) while finishing her major in Fine Arts, where she continues to work as Art Director… (read more)
Alba was born in a hot day of 199X somwhere along the Mediterranean. She co-founded Weba! Studio (animation and indie-games) while finishing her major in Fine Arts, where she continues to work as Art Director. Her works are influenced by the three corners of a sacred triangle:
I: An eclectic vision on the arts, including references such as orientalist paintings, the universe of Jean Giraud and the art in motion by Hayao Miyazaki, but also the poetry of García Lorca and the Japanese Haiku;
II: A contemplative vision of everyday reality, which brings inspiration for her typical compositions filled with local birds and plants;
III: A strong connection with the dreams realm, where she finds the seeds of her inspirational tree.
Check out Alba on Artstation and Behance
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Alba’s publications for Liminal 11: