Many Queens Tarot Deck . Lettie Jane Rennekamp
Many Queens Tarot Deck . Lettie Jane Rennekamp Many Queens Tarot Deck . Lettie Jane Rennekamp Many Queens Tarot Deck . Lettie Jane Rennekamp Many Queens Tarot Deck . Lettie Jane Rennekamp
$50.00

“This tarot deck was created to help define a more inclusive definition of femininity, beauty, and body image. The characters in this deck blend the boundaries between gender, sex, family, friendship, shape and size. I love the beauty in our differences and I want people to use this deck to explore the love they can find in themselves.” — Lettie Jane 

The deck comes with a small booklet outlining some of Lettie Jane’s interpretations of the tarot. Here are a few excerpts from the booklet:

The World

The cycle is complete. Pat yourself on the back for whatever you have accomplished, it looks good.

The World Reversed

Perhaps you are one piece away from completing the project, perhaps you are starting over. The good news is, it's the whole world you are working with.

The Magician

Magic is energy with purpose, believe in your own power, call on your allies and make it happen.

The Magician Reversed

If you feel disillusioned, clarify your intentions with yourself. Tap into your own self-worth and know that you are entitled to your own power.

The cards are larger than a typical tarot card at 3.5 x 5 inches. This size will better show off the details of the illustrations. The card-stock is heavy and high quality at 330 gsm, black core premium plus. The finish on the cards is varnish to protects the ink and prevents scratches. The cards come in a two-piece box covered in the eye pattern on the back of the deck. A 16-page booklet with some divination information is included in the box. 

Printed in China and designed in Portland, Oregon by Lettie Jane Rennekamp.

Mother, teacher and body-positive artist Lettie Jane Rennekamp lives and works in Portland, Oregon. As a teacher you can find her at Pacific Crest Community School, Radius Art Studio and Pacific Northwest College of Art. Lettie Jane’s work often centers on the body and what it means to inhabit a body in this world.  She uses illustrations depicting people, plants and pattern to try to capture more abstract ideas like moving through grief or self acceptance. All works are original concepts.