TAROT

 

The Tarot has many associations, from psychoanalysis to fortune telling, but on a basic level it is a collection of illustrations attempting to capture the complexity and depth of what it is to be human. A complete Tarot deck has 78 cards. This is an ongoing project.

Card 15: The Devil
Card 15: The Devil

We should not fear the devil’s visit for he’s already here, he lives in our house, we know him well. The fifteenth card represents the shackles of self-doubt that tether us to our vices. The most powerful tormenter is the devil in the mirror.

Card 6: The Lovers
Card 6: The Lovers

Alone we are glimmers in the darkness, shifting figures obscured by shadow. As we approach another, our glimmers become light, our features more defined. The Lovers represent the value of human connection. Seeing ourselves through the eyes of our loved ones frees us of doubt, helping us to realize our truest selves.

Card 13: Death
Card 13: Death

The thirteenth card represents the principle of endings and beginnings. A radical change can disorient us, collapsing what once was stable ground. But change comes for us one way or another, and with it new possibility. A journey begins when there is no turning back.

DAniel and the dark SERIES
Treehouse
Treehouse
Shack
Shack
Window Seat
Window Seat
dark and weird SERIES
Dark Side
Dark Side
Planchette
Planchette
Poisonous Pal
Poisonous Pal
Boogeyman
Boogeyman
Boogeyman
Boogeyman
Boogeyman
Boogeyman
Ravenhead
Ravenhead
Creeper
Creeper
Two Heads Are Better Than One
Two Heads Are Better Than One
Red Delicious
Red Delicious
Spiderwoman
Spiderwoman
Scared of the Dark
Scared of the Dark