Inspired by "the artistic and magical world of Mademoiselle Dauphin, a little known fortune teller that lived in Paris in the 19th Century", the independently-published Seawitch Tarot evokes a turn-of-the-century aesthetic from its period etches, tintypes, engravings, and other antique artwork. To add to the period feel, most of the core illustrations are surrounded by lush, ornate borders of varying styles. The pip (suited ace - ten) cards bear a mixture of scenic and non-scenic (i.e., pip-only) illustrations. Made available in two editions: standard and limited. The standard edition is roughly equivalent in size and quality to general mass market decks; the signed, 500-copy limited edition is approximately 25% larger and uses French titles in place the English title printed on the standard edition, but on somewhat thinner cardstock.