The BBC has a look at creepy and fascinating Victorian Christmas cards. Smithsonian Magazine writes about the history about the history of Christmas cards. And the Lilly Library has an online exhibit of Victorian Christmas cards.
Hyperallergic has an intriguing gallery of Victorian Christmas cards ranging from the charming to the disturbing. (Some are both)
Siouxsie Sioux is rightfully the High Priestess and Klaus Nomi drives the Chariot in the New Wave Tarot Deck by Amanda Lee Stilwell of Last Craft Designs.
Behold Benjamin Mackey’s Twin Peaks tarot deck at Open Culture.
At Autostraddle, Beth Maiden writes about the life of Patricia Colman Smith, illustrator of the Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot deck and an innovator in Tarot card design. “Colman Smith studied to be an artist at the experimental, avant-garde Pratt Institute in Brooklyn but didn’t graduate — nonetheless she became an […]
The BBC and Atlas Obscura have galleries of intriguing Nineteenth Century Christmas cards. “The Victorians had a different idea to what Christmas was about – not particularly Christian, but a time of good humour. You may find a mouse riding a lobster strange – I find it funny. […]