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This post was written by Barbara Moore
on August 11, 2011 | Comments (0)

Tarot Inspired Creativity

Tarot is many things to many people. In addition to the divinatory uses and spiritual applications, tarot is 78 pieces of inspirations. The cards inspire visual art, writing, quilts, jewelry…I’ve seen plays created around the cards, which harkens back to the old Renaissance Triumphs (parades) that featured many of the archetypes we find in the Major Arcana. Recently, I’ve run across another interesting tarot-inspired work of art.

Tarot has much in common with comics. Both are a series of pictures, usually with very few words, that tell a story. J Grey has created a fabulous tarot-themed comic, called Mysteries of the Arcana. Check out the website below. There is lots to explore…the comic itself, about the artists, the cast of the comic, and some videos.

Mysteries of the Arcana

Enjoy! And, in the comments, consider sharing how the tarot has inspired you.

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