Salvador Dalí Tarot Card Set
Salvador Dalí becomes the Magician, his wife Gala becomes the Empress, and the death of Julius Caesar is reinterpreted as the Ten of Swords in this masterful surrealist tarot deck.
First published in a 1984 limited edition that has since long sold out, TASCHEN brings back this lush box set with all 78 cards, each dazzling in color, along with a companion booklet by renowned German tarot author Johannes Fiebig which features:
- An introduction to Dalí’s life
- The "making of" Dalí's tarot
- A comprehensive explanation of each card’s composition and its meaning
- Practical advice, step-by-step instructions on how to perform readings, along with a jargon-free approach simplifying tarot for the newcomer
Author Johannes Fiebig was born in Cologne in 1953 and is one of the most successful authors on Tarot. A leading expert of the psychological interpretation of symbols and oracles, his main field of interest focuses on the use of Tarot and other symbolic languages as humanistic, psychological tools.
Multilingual Edition: English, French, German
Deck of 78 tarot cards accompanied by 184 page booklet in box
Materials: Cloth covered box, coated paper cards
Dimensions: 7.4 x 13 x 2 inches in packaging