Feminist Goth Tarot

Killerpancake Illustration is the cursed tarot decks and fine art horror prints for feminist goths and queer kids created by Genevieve Barbee-Turner in Pittsburgh, PA.

meet the artist

Genevieve Barbee-Turner

Drawing in Pittsburgh since 2003

What is Killerpancake?

Welcome to the Dark Side

Killerpancake Illustration creates reactionary art about society's disdain for women and queer autonomy. Inspired by a history soaked in fear over "hysterics" and "misfits," my work embraces the "dark side"—or as I like to see it, the path of body autonomy and honoring the dignity in people regardless of what they look like and who they love.

I use tarot as an artistic medium to explore a variety of topics including portraits of mental health, the queer body, and the effects of late-stage capitalism.

hear from People Who bought it
hear from People Who bought it
The one cult I’d be a part of!
The gold edging really makes this deck stand out, to the point that I want to frame the deck, it’s so beautiful. Definitely a deck to get for any tarot collector.
— Rodylyn F.
CULT Tarot deck, shadow work tarot
hear from People Who bought it
Wonderfully illustrated and creative
It's got original, inspired artwork and is printed on high-quality material. Well worth it!
— Patrick M.
CULT Tarot horror queer feminist tarot cards unique tarot cards

Occult inspired gifts

Drew or Laurie?

Send a message to the one you love or frame as a mini print.

Lost River Framed Print

Based on a chart from the 1500s.
Illustrated with portraits from today.

Custom portraiture client
Custom portraiture client
This experience was so fun. From the beginning of the process of pics and personal objects and learning who were Karen’s familiars. Then came the end product. I was so psyched to see how you put everything together and the Appalachian Witch came alive. I imagine she is putting a spell on me as I stare at this portrait on our fireplace mantle. I highly recommend others to delve into this co-creative process and see what comes alive for them.
— Sandra P.