Gypsy Palace Tarot by Nora Huszka (self-published, 2013). This was a crowd-funded project, and is an interesting one, full of bright colours, and with titles in four languages: English, German, Spanish and Hungarian!
One thing about this deck is, it has amazing colours! Take this Knight
of Pentacles, with his multi-coloured coat in hues of blue, green and
purple. He also has a bright, fuchsia shirt, yellow trousers, and red
boots with red and yellow scarves on them. He seems to emerge from a
cloud of blue, while in front of him red and purple patterned fabric
flows out into a green field. The sun is a fiery ball of yellow and
orange rings glowing behind his head.
The colours here are a lot
less earthy than you might expect for the suit of Pentacles. Yet,
there is definitely a lushness to the image, and a sense of being part
of the landscape: feeding into it, and in turn being shaped by it.
Knight, then, is attached to his environment, cares for it. He also
enjoys material things: nice fabrics, sturdy boots, the warmth of the
sun. He's unlikely to go charging off on a quest based on a passion,
romance or an idea, he's far too practical for that!
I think the getting close to nature aspect of this card could be
relevant to me today. The spa I'm at is out in the country, and my
friends and I normally make the most of it to walk beside a babbling
I am grateful for the many beauties of nature.