"Wanderer" The Sasuraibito Tarot Cloth.
Four Death's-head Hawkmoths flank a starry-night sky center, woven together with Forget-me-not flower vines.
The four corners contain the four tarot suits: Cups, Swords, Wands and Pentacles.
The design is also subdivided into 12 sections, partitioned by bones.
This is useful for spreads having to do with time: hours, or months.
The cloth measures 21.5" x 21.5" (54.6 x 54.6 cm).
The artist illustrated this design to accompany the Sasuraibito Tarot deck, but this 100% cotton silkscreened cloth has many uses!
+ Altar cloth
+ Spread for rituals and spells
+ Cat cape
+ Small hammock
+ Tiny tablecloth
The Japanese word: "sasuraibito" most closely translates to "wanderer." It's an old-fashioned literary term that is falling out of use, meant to describe a person ever-seeking, searching for a place of healing and refuge. Thank you so much for looking!
About the Artist
Stasia Burrington is a Japanese-American artist living and working in Seatac, WA. She is a kind and curious illustrator and storyteller, with over 30 years of image-and-object making experience. She has illustrated a best-selling children's Book (Mae Among the Stars, by Roda Ahmed), and is the creator of the well-loved Sasuraibito Tarot deck. She has been honored with the "Master of Erotic Art" title by the Foundation for Sex Positive Culture in 2020. She now creates and ships tarot decks and artwork all over the world.