Dia de Muertos Tarot Nine of Swords Art Print


Art print from my Dia de Muertos Tarot Deck.

The Dia de Muertos Tarot Nine of Swords art print / card represents grief, fear, and depression.

Available as a 5×7 or 8×10 print.


The Dia de Muertos Tarot Nine of Swords art print represents grief, fear, and depression.

I am currently working on a Dia de Muertos themed tarot deck. The Nine of Swords card means fear, anxiety, nightmares, and depression. In reverse, this card means recovery and finding help.

Traditionally, this card’s illustration has a figure waking up from a nightmare, face in hands. I’ve illustrated the Nine of Swords as a woman in despair. Her eyes are closed as if she cannot face what is before her. The swords float over her, a reminder of her fear. She is shown here with a flowering aloe plant and marigolds, both representing grief.

Dia de Muertos Nine of Swords Art Print Frame Choices


This Dia de Muertos Tarot Nine of Swords art print is available as a 5″x7″ or 8″x10″ print, with or without a decorative frame. Be sure to pick which one you’d like.

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I created the original illustration with Copic markers and India ink on Bristol board. I used white ink for the details at the end.

Each illustration is printed on acid free stock with archival ink at the highest quality, WITHOUT watermarks. I sign all prints before shipping out. Prints are cut to size by hand and packaged with love.

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((Colors vary from screen to screen and your print/sticker may look slightly different in person))

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