About Us

About us

Da Brigh ("duh-br-EYE") is a brand of Tarot cards which brings beautiful art to your divination table.

Our Artists

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Victoria Iva


Victoria is a graphic illustrator who collaborates with Moscow and St. Petersburg publishers. She loves art that is sincere and touches the viewer. "I consider northern revival to be the highest art; I can even cry in front of a picture." She believes art should immerse the person completely and possess a hidden magic that unfolds while being viewed. Her main criterion for any work is that there is something in the painting that resonates with the individual. She calls this "Magical Realism," which she describes as an artist’s strength and "glow" coming out in their paintings, with the help of color relationships.

In the fall, Victoria is releasing a picture book, "Sun Tzu The Art of War." She is a Capricorn and is from Russia. Follow her on Instagram at https://instagram.com/blackart.victoria

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Uros Pajic


Uros has a BFA in printmaking and an MFA in drawing from the Academy of Fine Arts in Novi Sad, Serbia. He  loves to create illustrative art, building scenes with defined contours but not completely realistic. He likes to balance traditional and ethnic art with a sense of dream-like symbolism. He draws his inspiration from his experiences as a printmaker and illustrator.

Uros loves being able to create for a living and finds it highly rewarding. He is an Aquarius and lives in Serbia. Follow him on Instagram at @razrook_koorzar and on Behance at https://www.behance.net/razrook

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Yulia Orlova


Yulia is a professional illustrator with over five years of experience in her field. Her work has graced the covers of several books, as well as page illustrations. Her other projects include working as an artist for several computer games, one of which is Mafia, a popular mobile app.

When it comes to art, Yulia is drawn to Impressionism and Pre-Raphaelite paintings. She loves the bright colors and mythical, fairy tale-like themes. In the modern art world, fantasy is her favorite. Yulia’s sign is Libra and she is from Russia. Follow her on Instagram at  https://www.instagram.com/fcnjt_art/

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Kate Kalmykova


Ekaterina has studied at the Moscow State University of Design and Technology as an Environment Designer. She has also studied Painting at the Moscow State Academic Art Institute. Since then, Ekaterina has worked as a lead artist for several mobile and PC game design projects, some of which have millions of users. She has also worked on educational games for adults and children, as well as a series of coloring books published in the U.S.

Ekaterina’s favorite art styles are modern and contemporary, and her favorite artist is Egon Schiele. She finds his art supremely expressive and full of drama. His art is rather far from cheerful, but she is incredibly fascinated by his “nervous” lines, brush strokes, and broken shapes. Gustav Klimt, who was Egon Schiele’s friend and mentor was “a stunning artist who can show the beauty in drama, and display Death, Love, Fate, and Fear in a multifaceted way.”

Two other favorite artists of hers are Henri Matisse and Wassily Kandinsky. She admires how they work with color and form, while moving away from figurative art. “I really like the way of conveying emotions and feelings not through a realistic (academic) image, but by an attempt to arouse these feelings from the inside: impressions of the color shade, mass, directivity of the abstract form.”

Ekaterina is a Pisces and is from Russia.

Our Vision

Our vision is to bring new art to the Tarot industry. We find talented artists, ask them to create new illustrations for the decks, and then we print these decks using the latest technologies, such as foil stamping and UV coating. As a result, we are creating Tarot decks that have never been done before, giving customers high quality at a low cost.

For the classic decks, we maintain the original artwork that is familiar to the Tarot industry but we improve upon it by enhancing the colors and graphics. Because today’s printing technology is far more superior than before, we can create a beautiful aesthetic that is more modern and pleasing to the eye.

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