“Negativity does not influence me.”

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“Negativity does not influence me.”

Few things are as toxic to a hopeful, creative outlook on life than negativity. From the harsh internal criticism we all deal with in our dark moments to the thoughtless words of total strangers, negative attitudes coat everything it touches in a thick, oily bile. There’s a difference between true negativity, however, and honest, sincere feedback and criticism. Learning how to filter out one while learning from the other is essential. That distinction is exactly what this sigil speaks to.

Sigil details: Brush and ink on canvas.

“I am becoming my best self.”

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“I am becoming my best self.”

Personal growth is a slow, incremental process. Every day, you wake up as the same person. But there are also little changes — positive and negative — that result from the decisions and attitudes you’ve brought with you from the day before. Over a lifetime, those little tiny details add up, but ultimately the only person who decides what defines who you are, and who you will be tomorrow, is you. This sigil speaks to that steady, gradual movement towards becoming the best version of yourself.

Sigil details: Brush and ink on canvas.

“Triptych”

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“Triptych”

This is another piece that might make it into the upcoming sigil art show at Little River Coffee Bar in Spartanburg, SC. It wasn’t originally intended to be a standalone work, however. I was mostly trying to keep the ink splatter to a minimum for three unrelated sigils. The effect — totally accidental — was striking enough that I’ve decided it needs to be a single piece.

The sigils themselves will be posted over the next few days.

“Triptych” – Brush and ink on canvas pad.

“I will have all the money I need.”

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“I will have all the money I need.”

“Need” is a relative term, particularly when it comes to things like money. Some people “need” $50 to make rent this month, while others “need” $15,000 to buy the car of their dreams. This sigil doesn’t make a judgment on the nuances of meaning, it simply represents a desire. The specifics are up to you.

About the sigil art: Brush and ink on canvas.

Preview: Sigil Art Show in Spartanburg, SC

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SigilDaily will be participating in an upcoming showing of sigil art in downtown Spartanburg, SC, in October. Here’s a sneak peek at a few of the pieces that will be on display.

“I feel the connections holding everything together”

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“I feel the connections holding everything together.”

A quick bit of chaos magick fun, created with brush and ink on paper.