Salvador Dalí’s Tarot Cards Will Tell Your Surreal Future • Discoverology

Salvador Dalí’s Tarot Cards Will Tell Your Surreal Future

The deck was originally created for the 1970s James Bond film Live and Let Die, starring Roger Moore and Jane Seymour, but it never appeared in the picture. Now, Dalí cards are available to all in Taschen Books‘s reproduced edition of the deck.

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