Artist Timothy Lantz has skillfully woven together intriguing elements from mythology and mysticism to create a hauntingly beautiful tarot deck. Those who explore the Archeon Tarot will find layers of meaning in the cards’ rich symbolism. While remaining faithful to the structure of traditional tarot, this modern deck offers unique perspectives and a contemporary appeal. For each card in this 78-card deck, Lantz’s booklet offers a thoughtful quote leading into the interpretation, with an upright and inverted meaning given.
“Consider The Archeon Tarot a window into the mythology of one man’s world, or at least how he imagines his world to be.”
—Timothy Lantz, Introduction to Archeon Tarot
With degrees in Art Education and Communications, Timothy Lantz works full-time as a web developer and graphic artist. During his career he has worked on a wide array of projects including weather maps, television commercials, and comic books. He has designed more than 20 book covers. Lantz’s work has been inspired by a lifetime of reading, mostly fantasy and science fiction. His artistic vision is also heavily influenced by the late 19th century Symbolist movement. Lantz created The Archeon Tarot by skillfully fusing the art and iconography of mysticism with symbolic elements from mythology and dream imagery.
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