(See post below for Michele Witchipoo's version of The Three of Swords.) In the past, I've posted links to Michele Witchipoo's art on my blog Women of Esoterica. I copied and pasted from those posts, here they are:
Just sharing a link to a blog I like: Michele Witchipoo, cartoonist, artist, blogger and would be misanthrope. I can relate.
Psycho Bunny Deals With The Heat
Artist Michele Witchipoo's blog: here's her latest Psycho Bunny (love it):Psycho Bunny Makes More Than A Poker Face at WitchesBrewPress's Blog
Michele Witchipoo, artist and blogger, has done a nice thing. She's put up her artwork (shown on left) on Cafe Press. Proceeds go to benefit the victims (which is all living things, all of us) of the spill.
Related items: it seems mermaid imagery is becoming an iconic symbol in this surreal madness caused by BP, one that denotes the real-yet-unreal-is this-really-happening-hopeless-helpless situation.
See related posts on my blog Octopus Confessional: The Secret Sun: 17, the Green Sun and the Deepwater Horizon,
Mermaid Synchronicity, The Secret Sun, and The BP Oil Spill
(Update) More Mermaid Synchronicity and Symbolism as Icon of BP Madness
Saturday, October 13, 2012
|Three of Swords, Artist, Michele Witchipoo|
Michele Witchipoo is an artist; comic books, creator of Psycho Bunny,
and more. She recently shared her version of The Three of Swords, minor arcana Tarot. I like it; if there's a deck coming from Witchipoo, I'm going to order it!
Visit her site; she has lots of artwork and you can order Psycho Bunny, among others, as well as commission art work.