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Since 1987, Art Publisher Lo Scarabeo has published over 100 Tarot decks that have been acclaimed all over the world for originality and quality. Only the best Italian and International artists are selected for our new decks, and the result is that Lo Scarabeo's decks are all recognizable as an exceptional artistic value.
One of Lo Scarabeo's goals is the preservation of traditional Tarot decks.
New decks and ideas are continually gathered from all over the world. This allows Lo Scarabeo to produce some of the most innovative decks available today.
Lo Scarabeo is committed to ever increasing quality and beauty of their products.
*Llewellyn is the exclusive distributor of Lo Scarabeo products in North America.
The Bosch Tarot from Lo Scarabeo definitely falls into the weird category, but it has its good points, notably while looking carefully at each card I detected no gore or hard... Read morePublished 2 months ago by chimera68
I thought these were going to be made using zoomed-in images from Bosch's actual work... But after looking at the flat, odd backgrounds and not-quite-there figures I came to the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Chelse R. Patterson
I have always loved the artwork of these cards but hesitated to buy the deck because it just didn't seem very Tarot-like. Read morePublished 9 months ago by taaj
LOVE THIS DECK, AND I WOULD RECOMMEND IT TO ANY ONE WHO WANTS TO BUY A TAROT DECK..!!I ITS A VERY NICE TAROT DECK...!!!!!!!!Published 22 months ago by TATTOO JOHN
This deck truly brings to the foreground the artist's vision. If you love him, and even if you are not a tarot aficionado, you have to have this deck for the pure art value. Read morePublished on August 1, 2013 by Kevin
The Bosch Tarot's graphics are block-y at best and display the talent of a 5 year-old who learned how to cut-and-paste images on a ripped-off version of Gimp 1.0. Read morePublished on January 12, 2013 by D S