The Gendron Tarot Deck Cards – 1 Sep 1997
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Top Customer Reviews
The suits have a faint tint over the cards to emphasise their meanings, for example, all the cards in the suit of Cups have a light pink tint.
The Gendron Tarot has a slightly quirky appeal, because the different styles of art don't appear to have been blended together that well. For example, some of the faces appear to have been stuck on to the rest of the picture. Personally I like this effect, it gives the decks character and charm and makes it fun to use and certainly doesn't take away from the meaning. The borders are fairly minimal too, and the backs have a reversible image.
I would say that it would be suited to someone who is already familiar with the Rider-Waite and would be great for someone who is looking for something expansive and uplifting.
The cards are standard sized, strong and highly glossy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have looked through so many decks to find one that I can identify with, delights the eyes, and encourages my own wisdom and intuition. Read morePublished on 30 April 1999
I can't deal with an Emperor that looks like he's come in from a spoof of a Shakespeare play. He looks like a Queen with a beard - yeah - the Bearded Lady! Read morePublished on 22 Feb. 1999