Tarot Drawings 1994
JASON ROBERT BELL
8.5"x11", ink, crayon, and watercolor on paper, mounted on card.
The drawings were done over the spring and summer of 1994, right before my senior year of Art School.
They started off as a parody of the The Rider Waite Tarot, the most widely recognized Tarot deck. But little by little the project took on a life of it's own, and I really tried to discover new forms and ideas within this old system of symbols.
These drawings were made without any sketches or redos, whatever I started with I went with.