10 of Feathers - Dire Wolf Print by William Giese

10 of Feathers - Dire Wolf Print by William Giese

Tarotpin

$ 100.00


Dire Wolf hand water colored print
Giclée
Limited Edition of 333
Signed and Numbered by William Giese
14 1/4x24

The Ten of Swords in the Tarot is the final image in the suit of swords and presents a culmination of worry and conflict that conflates in a sense of Ruin. The meaning of the card often gets interpreted as Ruin, Disaster, Confrontation. In the popular Rider-Waite deck, the card depicts a man lying face down in a pool of blood with ten swords sticking out of his back. 

In the Tarotpin Project, the Ten of Swords becomes The Ten of Feathers and is a visual interpretation of the song "Dire Wolf" depicting its lyrical message "Don't Murder Me." The Dire Wolf is a projection of fear and worry and concern coming to a confrontational apex. For the illustration, William Giese has incorporated many elements of the song and also a bloody dove of peace hanging from a wolf's mouth with ten feathers falling into the snow. 

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