Knight of Coins

The Knight of Coins, like all the knights, was a little difficult to initially decide on how to capture. Knights, to me, anyway, are all about movement- the transmission of information, messages, change in the air. I felt like we captured that very well with the other three knights, actually, but it did take some … Continue reading Knight of Coins

Five of Coins

The Five of Coins is one of the few completely negative cards in the tarot, which made it interesting to shoot. While Stephanie and I sometimes differ on how to portray various cards, there is very little room for interpretive differences in the Five of Coins- it is just poverty, and destitution. We knew we … Continue reading Five of Coins

Three of Coins

The Three of Coins was a bit of an intellectual challenge for both Stephanie and me during the planning phase of the coins- it's traditionally a card of skilled labor, or career and profession. Stephanie's profession, though, involves the internet and computers, and we really struggled to come up with some way to convey that … Continue reading Three of Coins

Two of Coins

The Two of Coins- balance and measurement, especially of financial or material resources. An apt card for both Stephanie and me, perhaps- we're both old enough now to not be that horrible post-college broke, but we're still young enough that we don't have a lot of resources built up. With our economy struggling for the … Continue reading Two of Coins