Poison
Poison

Amanita muscaria

Used in fertility spells but known to be somewhat poisonous, this mushroom is a growing contradiction.

(8x8 inches) Printed in Pgh.

Wisdom
Wisdom

The apple has been the symbol of wisdom and forbidden knowledge since the story of the Garden of Eden. In the Wiccan tradition it takes on the symbol of the soul. On Samhein apples are buried for the dead as the pass between worlds.

(8x8 inches) Printed in Pgh.

Death
Death

Positive Aspects
Change, transition is nigh, rebirth, transformation

Negative Aspects
Trouble letting go, resistance or at least not coping well with change

A zombie yoga instructor in New Pittsburgh’s hippest neighborhood reminds us that all well intentioned fads come to an end—making way for the next thing.

(8x10 inches) Printed in Pgh.

The Wheel of Fortune
The Wheel of Fortune

Positive Aspects
Good luck, positive energy, positive change, a good turn of events, good coincidence

Negative Aspects
Lack of control, bad luck, sense of doom, negative coincidence.

One person’s windfall is another person’s tragedy. What goes up must come down. One person’s New Pittsburgh is another’s memory graveyard.

(8x10 inches) Printed in Pgh.

Red Letter Day
Red Letter Day

Death at a gas station.

(10x8 inches) Printed in Pgh.

Planteater
Planteater

In October 2017 Ki11erpancake drive across the US with a videographer collaborating on a number of drawings. Planteater is a mystical spirit dwelling in the Hoover Dam mourning the receding of Lake Meade.

(10x8 inches) Printed in Pgh.

Lizzie
Lizzie

(8x10 inches) Printed in Pgh.

Dira necessitas
Dira necessitas

“The dire necessity.” Wheat symbolizes bounty (protection against hunger and poverty)

(8x10 inches) Printed in Pgh.

Barba non facit philosophum
Barba non facit philosophum

“The beard doesn’t make the philosopher”

Luck, love, psychic powers.

Your expectations are not reality and can only breed resentment. Who or what are you ignoring? Where is the untapped wisdom or the story you need to hear?

(8x10 inches) Printed in Pgh.

Nascentes morimur
Nascentes morimur

“Once born, we begin to die” Life is a cycle. Where there is life there is death, where there is joy there is sorrow, where there is truth there is doubt.

(8x10 inches) Printed in Pgh.

Poison
Wisdom
Death
The Wheel of Fortune
Red Letter Day
Planteater
Lizzie
Dira necessitas
Barba non facit philosophum
Nascentes morimur
Poison

Amanita muscaria

Used in fertility spells but known to be somewhat poisonous, this mushroom is a growing contradiction.

(8x8 inches) Printed in Pgh.

Wisdom

The apple has been the symbol of wisdom and forbidden knowledge since the story of the Garden of Eden. In the Wiccan tradition it takes on the symbol of the soul. On Samhein apples are buried for the dead as the pass between worlds.

(8x8 inches) Printed in Pgh.

Death

Positive Aspects
Change, transition is nigh, rebirth, transformation

Negative Aspects
Trouble letting go, resistance or at least not coping well with change

A zombie yoga instructor in New Pittsburgh’s hippest neighborhood reminds us that all well intentioned fads come to an end—making way for the next thing.

(8x10 inches) Printed in Pgh.

The Wheel of Fortune

Positive Aspects
Good luck, positive energy, positive change, a good turn of events, good coincidence

Negative Aspects
Lack of control, bad luck, sense of doom, negative coincidence.

One person’s windfall is another person’s tragedy. What goes up must come down. One person’s New Pittsburgh is another’s memory graveyard.

(8x10 inches) Printed in Pgh.

Red Letter Day

Death at a gas station.

(10x8 inches) Printed in Pgh.

Planteater

In October 2017 Ki11erpancake drive across the US with a videographer collaborating on a number of drawings. Planteater is a mystical spirit dwelling in the Hoover Dam mourning the receding of Lake Meade.

(10x8 inches) Printed in Pgh.

Lizzie

(8x10 inches) Printed in Pgh.

Dira necessitas

“The dire necessity.” Wheat symbolizes bounty (protection against hunger and poverty)

(8x10 inches) Printed in Pgh.

Barba non facit philosophum

“The beard doesn’t make the philosopher”

Luck, love, psychic powers.

Your expectations are not reality and can only breed resentment. Who or what are you ignoring? Where is the untapped wisdom or the story you need to hear?

(8x10 inches) Printed in Pgh.

Nascentes morimur

“Once born, we begin to die” Life is a cycle. Where there is life there is death, where there is joy there is sorrow, where there is truth there is doubt.

(8x10 inches) Printed in Pgh.

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