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

Four of Coins

The Four of Coins is a miserly card- whether that is miserliness out of greed, or penny-pinching out of necessity, it denotes a clinging to one's money and resources (that is not always a healthy thing). We hit upon the idea of accounting fairly early- it was something we had considered for the Two of … Continue reading Four 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