Will this be a short lived fad, I am not sure but this Steampunk deck by Llewellyn is an interesting pack Steampunk is too new as a single word for my spell checker though this deck dates from 2012 so interest has been there a few years now. The book is by Barbara Moore who has written quite a few of the books on the Tarot. The cards are illustrated by Aly Fell who worked on Dangermouse and Count Duckula, two great animated series, so the artwork is of a very high quality. A little dark but that befits the smog and smoke of the semi-Victorian era that the cards are set in. The High Priestess is a tarot reader in this deck, the fool is a chimney sweep, making this an idea deck to use at my home town Rochester May day festivals.

This stunning tarot deck is based on the wildly popular steampunk genre. Retooling the gears of the Rider-Waite tradition, the artwork evokes the imagery and spirit of this unique visual style. The guidebook includes tips, original spreads, and guidance in card interpretation.