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Wren McMurdo Brignac

Illustrator & Creator

I’m Wren, an artist creating tools for divination, reflection, and creativity. I am inspired by nature, the moon, Earth, magic, my community, and my wife, Schquay. She and I live in Seattle, Washington with our tiny dog Bonni and parakeets Julia Roberts and RuPaul.


I’m a Cancer with a Scorpio rising and Libra moon. Dark Days Tarot and Mother Tarot are my decks. I channeled my connection to the moon when I created Dark Days. Use her on dark and reflective days of the lunar cycle. 

Mother Tarot is inspired by my connection to Earth, my reverence for birth, and my passion for the arts. As someone who needs to turn my intuitive visions into reality, I pull cards from Mother Tarot when I need inspiration, as it's designed to provide.

I hope my creations help you adapt to life's changes. I chose to create Tarot decks because I find them useful when I’m dealing with things like anxiety, depression, grief, and indecision. Tarot helps me stay mentally healthy, pause and reflect, and see things in a fresh and new way.

Tarot fits well into my spiritual practice and aids me in tapping into psychic abilities. I believe that you and all of us possess intuitive gifts of our very own.

Stay in touch with me via email by signing up at the bottom of this page. follow me on social for new art and things I'm inspired by @wren_aissance.

Meet my beautiful spouse, Schquay. She h
Schquay Brignac

Business Consultant

Schquay Brignac is my spouse. She has over twenty years of entrepreneurial experience, and when she's not brokering a real estate deal in the King County, Washington area, she's kicking ass on the basketball court or golf course.

We met in LA when I was going to school for fashion design and she was a designer of androgynous sportswear.



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Emily Mundy

Dark Days Guidebook Co-Author

The Dark Days Tarot Guidebook was co-written by Emily Mundy. 


Emily’s writing practice orbits around a reverence for the odd and the uncanny, and investigates the intricacy of connection, the idiosyncrasy of thought, and the invigoration of spirit.  She resides in Seattle, Washington, with a growing collection of dried flower bouquets, her two cats, and one beloved typewriter.


Contact: emilymundy93@gmail.com