What is the Prisma Visions Tarot?

The Prisma Visions Tarot is a full 79 card tarot deck with an accompanying 100 page Visions Guide in a durable flip top box. The Prisma Visions Tarot is a unique and whimsical play on the classic tarot deck and features hand-drawn highly detailed cards illustrated by James R. Eads. The Prisma Visions Tarot deck combines both borderless and bordered cards into one cohesive and enchanting work of art. The Major Arcana cards are with borders, which highlight the importance and weight of of each. The Minor Arcana cards are borderless and because of their panoramic story like design the flow beautifully together. All 79 cards in the deck share the same back.

What is the Light Visions Tarot?

The Light Visions Tarot is the predecessor to Prisma Visions. It was originally created in 2013 and was housed in hand branded wooden boxes. The first Light Visions decks were produced in a limited edition of 500 and are now sold out and kept as prized possessions around the world. The second edition of the Light Visions tarot has been made available to celebrate it's five year anniversary. It has taken cues from Prisma Visions and is housed in a similar box and has unique gold gilded edges.

What are the qualities of the cards?

Each of the 79 cards are approximately 2.75" x 4.75" and all share identical backs. The cards are printed with the highest quality inks on durable cardstock and are finished with a UV varnish and a metallic edge.

What is inside the Visions Guide?

The booklet fits neatly into the Prisma Visions and Light Visions boxes and at it's small size is a whopping 100 pages. The booklet includes an introduction by James R. Eads and a few basic tarot spreads to get you started. The bulk of the booklet explores the imagery of each card and their associated meanings, beautifully written by Katherine Tombs

I don't live in the U.S., will I still be able to purchase a deck?

Yes, we ship worldwide from our shop in Los Angeles: https://www.jamesreadsmerch.com/ Shipping internationally can take a bit longer due to different customs restrictions in certain countries. We just ask for your patience! Please review our shipping FAQ before making a purchase.

Are the Prisma Visions and Light Visions Tarot printed in a limited edition?

Yes, each deck is printed in a limited edition. Currently we are on the Sixth Edition of Prisma Visions (a run of 20,000 decks) and the Fourth Edition of Light Visions (a run of 6,000 decks). Once an edition has sold out it will not be available again, but a new edition will likely take it's place. Each edition is unique in that there is a specific 79th card attributed to that edition.

I have a shop and would like to sell the Prisma Visions Tarot! Do you offer wholesale?

Yes! We offer wholesale options here. If you are already carrying our decks and would like to be added to our map please send us an email at hello@jamesreads.com

Who made Prisma Visions?

Both the Prisma Visions Tarot and the Light Visions Tarot were created by James R. Eads. You can see more of his work here. Shop James R. Eads' work https://www.jamesreadsmerch.com/

I found a cheap deck online, is this an official deck?

Most likely, no. We have unfortunately come across many counterfeit decks being produced overseas. We do our best to flag these and have them taken down, but if you come across one please let us know at hello@jamesreads.com. Many counterfeit decks do not come with booklets and are also packaged in a cheaper tuck box. All of our approved retailers are not permited to offer the deck at a price lower than $45. If you want to make sure you are purchasing the official deck, shop here.

Why is there a Golden Seal on some editions of Prisma Visions?

The 5th edition of Prisma Visions included a golden seal on the box which was meant to differentiate between counterfeit decks and legitimate decks. However, after observing continuous counterfeits being exchanged even despite this addition, we decided to no longer include the golden seal on future editions.

Where can I find the edition number of the deck?

The edition number is listed on the inside lid of the box.