Minimalist white glyph on black background representing the symbol of Trickster


Represents transformation, cunning, or the disruption of the status quo. The Trickster archetype, found in many cultures, embodies the qualities of mischief, intelligence, and the ability to navigate through rules and conventions. Tricksters, such as Loki in Norse mythology or Coyote in Native American tales, challenge norms and provoke change, often with unpredictable outcomes. They symbolize the chaotic element of life that sparks creativity and innovation but can also lead to confusion and disorder.

Themes: “transformation”, “mischief”, “innovation”, “creativity”, “disorder”

More in: “Trickster Makes This World: Mischief, Myth, and Art” by Lewis Hyde.

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