This is one tarot deck that stands apart from the many pastel, new-agey decks which continue to be published. Not only is the artwork suggestive of a medieval style, with its bold colors, simple faces, and forced-perspective backgrounds, but they are also very modern, not only in the illustrations (different from the standard WS minors), but also in the card definitions listed in the LWB, just to keep you on your toes. Don't look for reversed meanings here; I don't miss them, since there are plenty of cards with foreboding meanings. The deep red borders are a nice plus as well, setting off the illustrations nicely.
An intriguing deck which beckons for more exploration.