Tarot

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Bridge Witches: A Tarot Deck
50.00

Designed and illustrated by Ki11erpancake, printed in small batches by Drive-Thru Cards.

This fully illustrated 78 card deck features people and places from across the City of Pittsburgh. Each suit of the minor arcana represents a season and direction in the city. Fences (winter, The North Side), Cicadas (summer, The South Side), Trees (spring, The East End), Cups (fall, The West End). The Major Arcana, (the gods of greater ideas in the tarot) personify the challenges and triumphs of the City of Steel that has risen from the ashes over the past few decades.

Full color guide book included contains descriptions for each card, examples of different card spreads, and prints. (6x9 inches, 53 pages)

Thirteen cards have been updated for the second edition of this deck with new stories from different Pittsburghers. (The first edition is no longer available.)

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note! THere are 96 left in this series. after these are gone I’ll be releasing volume 3.

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Prints

Each print is 12x16 inch, unframed, and fullfilled by Printful in charlotte. NC on smooth matte finish photo paper

Houses of the zodiac

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Stickers

Ordinary Rustbelt Witches Sticker Pack
9.00 15.00

Ordinary Rust Belt Magic

Rustbelt life is best illustrated by a tree that grows around and through a rusted fence. The past is always present and determines how we handle the future—regardless we thrive. 

Ordinary Rust Belt Magic is a print series combining portraits of contemporary Rustbelt dwellers and Wiccan symbolism (as researched in Cunningham’s Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs) illustrating the evolutionary cycle of life in the region.  While it’s true the Rustbelt is forever connected to a blue collar legacy, Rustbelt people continue to surprise—weaving past, present, and future in a way that can only be described as magical.  

Mushroom Lady Nascentes morimur (As we are born we begin to die) The cycle of life and death. She is the life giver and the death bringer.

Wheat Woman: Dira necessitas (The dire necessity) Prosperity and lack of want.

Book Babe (Mary): Barba non facit philosophum (Not all philosophers wear beards) Redefine your expectations.

Cost of stickers includes shipping. Cannot ship individually—sold as a pack. Fullfilled by Printful from Charlotte NC. Orders ship same day before 12PM and next business day after 12PM.

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