I also absolutely love the artwork on the cards, which drew me to want to use them immediately. Just look at that pathway of mushrooms leading into a forest on the Ten of Earth Card and the lush Ace of Water. This set offers a re-imagining of more traditional decks. Phylllis and Danielle minimised a lot of the Qabbalistic and Western Esoteric symbolism found in Rider-Waite-Smith style decks, and used visualisation techniques to find inspiration from the natural world for all of their cards.
Publisher Hay House says the deck is: "a doorway for everyone who wishes to encounter the Sacred - in realms of Spirit, embodied by Nature and residing within our hearts." I think that's a good way of describing it. I love this deck and I've been using it every day since I got my review copy. I know I will continue to use it - and explore the journeys the artwork invites - for a long, long while. This is the best tarot set Hay House has produced in my opinion.