Tarot of the Dead

Tarot of the Dead

599.000 

Do the dead ever leave us? Monica Knighton’s Tarot of the Dead explores death with wry humor and whimsy. Inspired by the Mexican Day of the Dead, a holiday honoring deceased friends and family, this deck seamlessly blends Mexican tradition with European divination. Engaging watercolor artwork-often depicting human and animal figures as skeletons-embraces the inevitability of our mortality. The Fool hitchhikes with his skeletal dog and The Hierophant sits in a lawn chair among pink flamingos. The fifty-six Minor Arcana feature pens, coffins, pistols, and film reels, an intriguing twist on the usual pips. The Tarot deck and the accompanying instruction booklet are in both English and Spanish.

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nhokon95
March 14, 2017

bộ này có sẵn k ạ?!

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March 14, 2017

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nhokon95
March 15, 2017

e đặt trên shopee có đc k ạ? khoản bao lâu có hàng? e ở tphcm

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March 15, 2017

Đặt ở đâu cũng được hết bạn nhé. Khoảng 1-2 ngày sẽ có hàng. Tuy nhiên thì bộ này đang được Shopee xét duyệt nên mai hoặc mốt mới xuất hiện lại.

 

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Tarot of the Dead
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Do the dead ever leave us? Monica Knighton’s Tarot of the Dead explores death with wry humor and whimsy. Inspired by the Mexican Day of the Dead, a holiday honoring deceased friends and family, this deck seamlessly blends Mexican tradition with European divination. Engaging watercolor artwork-often depicting human and animal figures as skeletons-embraces the inevitability of our mortality. The Fool hitchhikes with his skeletal dog and The Hierophant sits in a lawn chair among pink flamingos. The fifty-six Minor Arcana feature pens, coffins, pistols, and film reels, an intriguing twist on the usual pips. The Tarot deck and the accompanying instruction booklet are in both English and Spanish.

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