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The Devil Tarot: 6, 7, 10, 14 & 17

The Devil's Tarot can be seen in full at my portfolio site...


The Lovers.
© 2007, Devil's Kitchen.



The Chariot.
© 2007, Devil's Kitchen.



The Wheel Of Fortune.
© 2007, Devil's Kitchen.



Temperance.
© 2007, Devil's Kitchen.



The Star.
© 2007, Devil's Kitchen.

Comments

Roger Thornhill said…
Wheel of Fortune is good. You can feel the low lighting of the casino and either champagne corks popping in celebration or drinks swept from the table in despair.
Shug Niggurath said…
without being a pedant - well OK I am being one - your number 11 Justice card has number 5 on it....

But I think they're excellent.
Devil's Kitchen said…
Shug,

Whoops! So it does: thank you. That has now been rectified.

Thanks for the appreciation, all...

DK
chris said…
So you resisted your temptation to use Polly and Gordon for The Lovers, oh well.

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