"...my queer art is this way: it is loud, it is intense, it is sensual and dark and unapologetic and looks nightmares and reality (and the overlap) in the eye."
"As an indigenous woman, it has been natural for me to incorporate people of color and the indigenous spiritual values that I grew up with into my work. The Gentle Tarot is for anybody wanting some gentle, loving support."
"A lot of us are on similar journeys to reclaim stolen and forgotten parts of our history, cultural identity and - honestly - ourselves."
"My main aim was simplicity, and with that comes an openness with which any identity can find comfort."
Talking with Genevieve Barbee-Turner about her tarot celebration of Pittsburgh neighbourhoods.
Talking with creator Chinggay Labrador about her colourful, quirky tarot deck, and what 'intuition' means to her.
"I’m printing this deck for anyone else who likes to look at tarot cards, and laugh, and feel that there is space for their version of beauty." Lettie Jane Rennekap on her new tarot deck.
"I built a portfolio full of melanated goddesses with creamy brown skin tones embracing their femininity and power. I love making art that makes my sisters feel good about themselves."