Legend has it that Robert Johnson sold his soul to the Devil at a Mississippi crossroads in exchange for his guitar skills. It sounds sinister, but both Devil and Clown are happy with the deal (at the moment). This card is about experimenting, breaking new creative ground, and taking artistic risks.
A pleased clown and a devil walk in opposite directions away from a crossroads.
The clown walks toward the viewer. The clown is strumming a guitar and whistling, indicated by colorful music notes. His eyes are closed. He wears pale blue overalls and a hat with a visor, a patched yellow shirt and red shoes. He has a blue wig and a round red nose.
The devil walks away from the viewer, looking over his shoulder. He is all red, with short horns, a pointy nose, a spade-shaped tail, and furry legs. He holds his hands out in front of him, cupping a light blue balloon with an alarmed face painted on it. The road is sandy and the ground in the four quadrants around it is yellow and green. There is a signpost at the crossroads with two light blue signs painted with red double-headed arrows.