I have a copy of the artist's version of this deck--a prototype. You can see it on Bill's website. Mine is the green box. https://nopotatopress.wordpress.com/...arot-tournant/
The cards are printed on matte paper stock, and the set includes a number of supplements. Following Arthur Corwin, his Cooper Union professor, Bill suggests a different approach to tarot symbolism and purpose. Corwin was apparently an exceptionally talented teacher, a very fine mind. He's mentioned in Kaplan's encyclopedia, volume 1, and inspired several students to pursue tarot symbols in design.
Bill's supplements include a diagram on laying out and manipulating the deck for tracking past and future. Here's a couple of photos of my husband working on the layout.
This was before I figured our the camera, forgive me. To compensate for the lousy photography, you can enjoy both my husband in his gym shorts AND the housecat who monitors the door for hours hoping a gecko will come in.
Fingers crossed the attachments don't open sideways.