This deck quickly made it's way into my heart.
As the other reviewer stated, it's imagery is composed by combining different elements from different kinds of animals and plants. The combinations are stylized so as to make them seamless in their organic unity, and are rendered in vibrant, seemingly luminescent colors over a black background. The effect is like looking at backlit creatures under a microscope.
But as innovative and unconventional this approach is, the deck still maintains true tarot ideas and concepts, even though these concepts are titled with different names (eg, the "Empress" becomes the "Consort", etc...)
While there is variation in the names of some of the cards, they really do speak to true tarot definitions and qualities... albeit by highlighting other aspects of those qualities than those which are provided in the usual names for the cards.
So, the "Hanged Man" card goes by the more gender neutral name "Inversion," or the "Universe" becomes "Unity. " The Ace of Wands becomes "Rising Power," and the 6 of Swords is called "Clearness." Although each of these names is non-traditonal, they are completely consistent with the more generally accepted tarot meanings.
And i just love the art. I love that it is earthy is its biological references, yet so beautifully ethereal in its aesthetic. This rare deck is a true gem in any tarot collection, and I just adore my copies of it!