Phantasmagoric Theater Tarot by Graham Cameron. This deck is colourfully-drawn, and definitely falls in the "weird" category. Still, it's pretty fun.
Take this first card: the Ace of
Swords. We have what looks more like a dagger or knife, with a green
handle with finger ridges, decorated with a playing card spade. The
guard is pink, and the blade pierces through a little cloud. However,
that cloud, and the dagger, float just off a black-and-white chequered
floor, within the ramparts of a sand-coloured fort or castle, with an
open, pale-blue sky above.
So, we move from seeing the world in
monochrome to piercing through uncertainty, and with the promise of open
horizons if we can rise above narrow or self-limiting beliefs :)
this card, I see the recommendation to grasp a new idea if it's
offered. There are two areas where I'd like to look into something
someone mentioned, and perhaps today I can make time for those. Both
are rather "outside the box thinking" for me, which is a good challenge
to take up.
I am grateful for fresh perspectives and approaches.