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:icontechgnotic: Aug 29, 2012 by techgnotic

I am bringing your attention to a documentary, Beauty is Embarrassing, that
deeply inspired me after a screening last week. The life wisdom and positive
philosophy unfolding over a lifetime of living as an artist was deeply motivating.
I invited Wayne White, the subject of this documentary, to join deviantART afterwards.
I thought this would be something you would enjoy no matter where you might be at
on your own personal journey as an artist. While watching this I was also reminded
of the heartfelt explanations by many artists of what it means to choose the life of an Artist.

"Do what you love, It's going to lead where you want to go."


Please stop and say hello and welcome seewaynewhite in his first week at deviantART.

A strange thing happened at a local café called Fred 62, a sudden sense of something
askew in the universe. I realized it was the painting hanging on the wall above my friend’s
head. Could that really be the mundane landscape painting that hung on the wall in one of
the rooms in my child hood home? Why yes, it is. But the painting has been … infiltrated.
Geometric shapes now hung in the air above the autumnal scud of fallen leaves. Then you get
it: the shapes are actual words. The painting is protesting its near-purposeless existence
by breaking the fourth wall and “speaking” to me. And it’s saying: FoodBasedLifestyleEnhancement –
which is really funny, given the theatre of this moment. What is this? Graffiti? Tagging?

Wayne calls his word paintings and his other creations his “beautiful things” and he exhorts
other artists to ignore the pull of “seriousness” (in hopes of being officially declared “real”)
and instead be guided by what brings them joy to create, to do whatever it is creatively that
makes them happy. Fun and funny shouldn’t be anathema to the “serious artist” – the moment of
laughing at a joke one isn’t even sure one really understands… that should be the most sacred
artistic epiphany.

What I unknowingly discovered is Wayne White’s “word paintings.” Wayne “samples” (buys) otherwise
pointless examples of forgettable paintings, mostly landscapes, and then he paints his messages across
them like billboard credits kicking off a movie. His messages tend to be funny, sometimes deeply poignant
and are often slightly obscene. Not that pure juvenile silliness isn’t his guiding principle. The official
art world doesn’t quite know what to make of Wayne’s increasing popularity and the success he’s experiencing
after a lifetime of being a “jack-of-all-trades” artist. They’ve hung a general “surrealist/pop artist”
label on him and dismissed him as a “non-serious Ed Ruscha.” But Wayne White’s art, funny and silly and profane
as it might be, is far from being a joke. He’s a man and an artist on a mission.

If your first experience of Wayne’s art is his “word paintings,” then you’ve come in late to an amazingly
multifaceted and storied adventure that has been his creative life. It’s a life now documented in a new film,
"Beauty is Embarrassing," which every creative person will enjoy immeasurably and will provide every person seeking
the secret to “what makes the artist tick” with palpable insights. His journey has been as long, oblique and
serendipitous as only a lifelong muse-driven pure artist’s journey can be. Wayne left his home in Tennessee to become
a cartoonist and illustrator for some of the hippest pop-art-laden publications of the day, like The Village Voice.
He then became one of the driving creative forces on the now legendary Pee Wee Herman Show, creating props and puppets
and performing voices. He won three Emmy Awards. His puppetry and art direction talents earned him awards for music
videos as well, including Peter Gabriel’s Big Time and the Smashing Pumpkins’ amazing George Melies-inspired Tonight,
Tonight. But it’s his word paintings that are finally making his name known. Are they “real” art? Or is this some kind
of a joke? It’s Wayne’s mission in life as an artist to address this endlessly-arising “question” so vital to
conversations concerning "high art."

An Interview withWayne White

Your “word paintings” “sample” pre-existing paintings of kitschy landscapes (i.e., depressing Americana memes).
Do you feel a kinship with early rappers who reinvented music in a similar way, sampling tapes in bargain bins?

Not really. Even though there is a similar aesthetic of recycling. I've recycled junks since the 70's... way before
rap came along. But like rappers I do feel like i'm collaborating with the original artist and harmonizing with the work.

In what ways have your non-fans in the official art world sought to delegitimize your art and your very status
as an artist?  They seem to believe that as an artist provocateur injecting humor into fine art, you are a major threat.
What is this perceived threat?  Why are they so threatened?

First of all I am not perceived as a major threat. if anything I'm perceived as an imitator of Ed Ruscha because I live
in L.A. and I use text. I wish I was a major threat. That would be fun! But I'm afraid I don't have that kind of power. I guess
some people are threatened by humor in fine art because they see it as a corrupting influence.

Your credo that the purpose of artists is to create beautiful things, and your belief that humor is a major part of the “beautiful” might indicate that you hold technical art “study” in low regard. Is there as much point in studying why a portrait is “beautiful” as there is in analyzing why one laughs at a joke?  In fact, as with “deconstructing” jokes, the analysis itself destroys the joke. Do you in fact prefer to remain “awed” by great art and laughing at funny art as the highest tribute to be paid to art (critics be damned)?

The creative act is not an act of analysis. It’s an in the moment spontaneous experience. The analysis comes later by the viewer and the arts. And yes too much analysis sucks the juice out of anything so its the challenge for the artist and the viewer when they are confronting art and humor.

Your broad artistic palate, stretching from painting to cartooning to video to puppetry, indicates a wildly wandering artistic consciousness.  As someone who simply creates, like a mountain climber, “because it’s there,” do you ever feel the need to let the rational part of your mind catch up with the creative part of your mind that is so obviously in control of the show?

I try to keep it strictly creative in the studio. After the physical act of creating something the rational mind always takes over and starts to analyze it so its always a balancing act. Nobody is 100% creative or 100% rational.

What would you say to someone who thinks your art “mocks” art?

Uh.. Thank you.

What would you say to someone who says you’re talented enough to be a “real artist,” if only you’d take it more seriously?

Fuck you. Seriously.

What’s the most important compliment you’ve ever received from someone whose opinions on art you really respect?  

Joel Hodgson called my paintings "magic" and that's coming from a magician!

What would your advice be to a young artist with interests in multiple disciplines and mediums just embarking on a lifetime of making art?

Don't let anybody tell you that you have to concentrate on one thing. You don't. It’s possible to cross over as many times as you want. I think crossing over is a healthy and invigorating thing to do. It freshens up all the genres. Many teachers will try to pigeon hole you unfortunately. Don't listen to them!

QuestionsFor the Reader

  1. When an artwork makes you laugh, do you consciously (or subconsciously) label the work as “not serious art” regardless of the artist’s creativity and talent?
  2. Has there been one moment in your life above all others when you were absolutely awestruck (“embarrassed”) to be in the presence of a particular artwork? Can you compare this with laugh you laughed at the funniest thing you’ve ever experienced in your life?  Are beauty and humor necessities of life – or the whole point of life?

Watch the trailer: Beauty is Embarrassing

Beauty is Embarrassing directed by Neil Berkely hits theatres on Sept. 7th.

White Roses for an Eternal Bond

Sat May 12, 2012, 10:00 PM by jeanpat:iconjeanpat:

White Roses for an Enternal Bond

May 13, 2012

There is a song, White Rose of Athens, sung by Nana Mouskouri, and with its haunting lyrics, it was one of my mother’s favorites.

"So goodbye my love till then

Till the white rose blooms again"

I had been living in Athens Greece for six years, and it was from there that I sent my mother the first gift of white roses as a “Mother’s Day” gift.  But I sent it on my birthday. In my early twenties, I came to the realization that my birthday was not only about me being born on that day.  The special day was also about my mother, who had given me the most wonderful gift of all... life! How can it be that Mother’s Day and Birthdays have been so unnaturally “separated?”

I wanted Mom to know that even though it was my birthday, my thoughts were also about her. The note that I included in that first bouquet read, “I have never thanked you for bringing me into this world. I would like to do that now with these white roses from Athens”. Every year after that first gifting, the white roses, the symbol of our eternal bond, were sent to her on my birthday, and needless to say that each time she was genuinely touched and loved the gesture.

Just six short years after this birthday tribute started, my mother was taken away from me forever. Now I could never again send those beloved roses to her. With her passing, we were once again separated, at least until we meet again.

"The summer days are ending in the valley

And soon the time will come when we must be apart

Now you must start your journey to the sailing

And leave me till another spring-time comes around"

Why don’t we avoid the Hallmark cliché for Mothers Day and create more personal gifts linking our birthdays with Mothers day? And why don’t we all evolve from the concept of “birthdays” to focus as much on the mother giving birth as the child being born? Let us not forget the eternal bond between mother and child.

"So goodbye my love till then

Till the white rose blooms again"

Mom has been gone for many years now, and in place of those roses, I light a candle for her on my birthday every year. Silently, I thank her for giving me life.

"Goodbye till then

Goodbye till then..."

Img-og by techgnotic

Dear White People, the minimum requirement of black friends needed to not be racist has just been raised to 2. Sorry, but your weed man, Tyrone, does not count.”

— Sam White, Dear White People

The Sundance award–winning film “Dear White People”

Marking the debut of director Justin Simien, examines the question of race and racism in post–Obama America through a satirical lens. The goal of the film is to use humor to start a conversation about the construction and perception of racial identity. We follow the journey of four black students attending a fictional Ivy League college as they struggle to answer the question of what “being black” in this day and age means and how that defines not only who they are, but who they are seen as being.

Sam White finds herself struggling to define who she is as a biracial person feeling forced to “choose a side.” Lionel Higgins is unable to fit in on either side of the black/white line as a gay wallflower who feels he has nothing in common with other black students and is seen only as “technically black.” Colandrea Conners is on the opposite side of the spectrum, wanting to disassociate herself from her ‘ghetto’ black background choosing to go by the name of 'Coco’ in an attempt to be seen for who she wants to be instead of how others define her. Troy Fairbanks, the black Dean’s son, wants to join the all–white paper and dates the university president’s white daughter to please his dad. Each is struggling to fit into their surroundings while trying to figure out who they truly are.

How would you feel if someone started a ‘Dear Black People’?”
— Gabe, Dear White People

No need. Mass media from Fox news makes it clear what white people think of us.”
— Sam White, Dear White People

The humor in Dear White People is often sharp, seeking to expose the covert vehicles of racism that continue to propel it forward.

The media is called out for its perpetuation of a cliched black culture black American stereotypes. It mocks Hollywood’s creation of “movies for everyone,” but a separate genre of black movies just for black people.

Racism is over in American. The only people who are thinking about it are… Mexicans, probably.”

— President Fletcher, Dear White People

Dear White People pushes no racial agenda, instead focusing intensely on cultural identity.

The film asks questions applicable to young people of all backgrounds in today’s society as they look to define themselves before others do so for them. Social change begins with social awareness and, that awareness starts the necessary conversations that can make us uncomfortable. Comedic treatments of the black–white schism in America — comedies that provoke thoughtfulness rather than exploit tired cliches — are often the best messengers of painful truths. Laughter is a powerful social medicine. In 1967 we had Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner. And now we have Dear White People. Hopefully many more such thoughtful comedies will follow to help us become more aware of and take responsibility for the culture we shape.

A crucial companion piece to any film is its movie poster which serves to visually communicate the essence of the film and to entice potential audience members to see it in theaters. With such a charged topic as race it is difficult to capture the ethos of Dear White People in a single image. Designer and Disney Imagineer Nikkolas Smith (Nikkolas-Smith) took up that challenge. After seeing a screening of the film he decided to create a poster which he then emailed to Simien as fan art of the movie. The poster eventually ended up as the official movie poster for the film. Nikkolas was kind enough to answer a few questions and to share his experience in creating the poster for such a commercial and cultural success.

Interview with Nikkolas Smith

Tell us a little bit about your background. How did you get started in art?

Absolutely! Well I grew up in Houston, Texas, and have been drawing since the age of one, I suppose… As most of us did. But I just never stopped. I’m a proud 80’s baby… Raised on Nintendo, Marvel, and Disney/Spielberg/Spike Lee/Reggie Hudlin films. I studied art in grade school, but went to college for Architecture, which ironically helped my Photoshop skills immensely.

A Disney Imagineer by day, you get to design incredible attractions for the Disney Theme Parks. What is it like to get to do this on a daily basis? What has been your favorite attraction to create?

It really is a dream come true, to get the chance to help design and transform those classic Disney films into an architectural storybook that billions of guests get to experience. All the attractions are so unique and amazing in their own way, but I’d say the most memorable experience I’ve had working on an attraction is having the opportunity to travel to China and work on Shanghai Disneyland, which is currently being built as we speak. What a magnificent theme park this is going to be! Start saving up now, you won’t want to miss the grand opening. =)

How does a Disney Imagineer end up designing the “Dear White People” movie poster?

Funny story about that. I remember being criticized by judges in architecture school because my entries "looked too much like a Disney movie poster". Fast forward 5 years and I find myself working as a Disneyland architectural designer, and having the opportunity to meet one of my heroes, legendary poster artist Drew Struzan, at work. That talk changed everything. A few months later, I got to see the Dear White People screening at the LA Film Festival, and that night I created the DWP one–sheet! After emailing my design to the DWP director as fan art, it got passed around at Roadside Attractions and Lionsgate films until it became the official movie poster. I’m still a bit in shock at how that happened!

(Also, side note) I was greatly inspired by the painterly style of Disney artists in movies like Bolt, Wall–E and Princess and the Frog, when I started working for The Walt Disney Company as an intern. I like the sketchy, unfinished style, and also natural looking paint brushes that are actually digital.

The poster for “Dear White People” was your first movie poster design, was this an important piece for you to design personally?

Professionally, it was the biggest moment of my “freelance concept artist” career, and has helped open doors to many new opportunities in the field of concept art. It’s also made me realize how much I have to learn!

What's the balance like between creating a beautiful piece of art that communicates the feeling of the film and making something that also functions as a commercial tool for selling the film?

Perhaps this is some variation of form following function, but you have to first figure out what the spirit and message of the film is. Then, the look of the piece with definitely flow from sticking to that message. One of the most iconic parts of Dear White People was the “micro–aggression” of intruders having to constantly explore the unfamiliar depths of Lionel’s Afro–centric hairstyle. This one act captures the silliness and seriousness of the film. I knew if I could capture that ‘gravitational pull’ moment in one shot, it could be equally hilarious and might give an overall feeling of the comedic tension that the film has to offer.

What was your process like in creating the final design for the poster?

I started by gathering some images of Tyler James Williams (aka Lionel) that I could use as reference images to help capture that shocked/disturbed/surprised look on his face from his afro being groped. Also, I got my two favorite Photoshop brushes ready (a charcoal brush I made, and a dry paintbrush style). Charcoal for the massive amount of curly hair, and the dry brush mainly for the skin. Next, I studied a massive amount of Sam Spratt paintings, as always, haha. The first draft of the painting took about 4 hours and had more of an unfinished, sketchy style. Ultimately we decided to add another level of photorealistic brush strokes to finalize the design.

You created a piece depicting Martin Luther King Jr wearing a hoodie similar to Trayvon Martin. What message do you want to communicate via this piece?

My MLK hoodie art piece was created as a reminder that it really isn’t okay to judge someone by their outward appearance, but rather by the content of their character. It was incredibly sad to see the fearful and hateful reaction so many people had when I simply took the same “MLK in a suit” image we’ve all seen a million times, and Photoshopped a hoodie around him. All of a sudden I was depicting Dr. King as a “thug.” This is the same mindset George Zimmerman had the night he killed Trayvon Martin. The point was that this could’ve easily happened to MLK as a child, and how many potential Martin Luther Kings have been killed in the past 10 years from our flawed, fearful, stereotypical perception of our fellow human beings? From Compton & Chicago to St. Louis & New York… We must do better as a human race.

Dear White People poses a lot of questions about race and racism in current day America, but leaves it to the audience to come up with their own answers. What was the most important thing that stayed with you after watching the film?

Just the simple fact that all of us Earthlings really are more alike than we are different. We all struggle with stereotypes and finding our own identity. This crosses all color lines. Dear White People is a hilarious reminder of that.

What advice do you have for aspiring artists looking to make it professionally in the arts?

I would say find your top three artists… some of the best in the world… and study their style… emulate the greats!

Also… “The Best way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing” — Walt Disney

Also… SAM. SPRATT. ( google his art O_o )

Your Thoughts

  1. Do you think documentaries about slavery and civil rights struggles or movies starring black heroes from Sidney Poitier to Denzel Washington have been the most transformative of generation’s ideas and attitudes about race?
  2. What movie about racial relations do you remember having the most impact on your developing social consciousness?
  3. Do you feel that artists have a special duty to find ways of communicating across cultural barriers with their art in order to unite our common human cores?

Img-01 by techgnotic







Michael Slovis


Hey everyone, welcome to “Watch The Throne”, a weekly feature in which we talk about Sunday night’s episode of Game of Thrones from the season premiere to the finale. As usual, we offer a heartfelt thanks in advance for not sharing any spoilers from beyond the plot of this episode in the discussion section.

When we watch Arya get dropped off outside of the House of Black and White for which season five’s second episode is named, we’ve all got some reasonably high expectations. The building is tall and domineering, with no windows, and seemingly nothing and no one nearby. A place that produces men like Jaqen H’ghar commands a certain amount of stateliness just from the implied notions viewers have about what’s inside. So it’s almost a little comical when Arya approaches the door and, unsure of what to do, gives an unceremonious knock.

Arya’s attempt to enter the mysterious hall — which we assume is full of assassins — is rebuffed. After hanging around outside for an unspecified but extended period of time, Arya does what Arya does best, and moves on (until the episode’s end, that is).

Meanwhile back in Westeros, Sansa and Little Finger cross paths, coincidentally, with Podrick and Brienne. This is the second time in memory that major characters have a chance in encounter inside of a tavern on the road. Perhaps it isn’t too much of a stretch, but there was an inescapable sense of here-we-go-again when Podrick points out Sansa Stark and Brienne tells him to go get the horses ready.

Bronn and Jamie Lannister are such an unlikely duo, but this reviewer was almost giddy with excitement to see them converge once more. Who would have guessed this is what Jamie meant when he told Cersei he wasn’t going to travel to Dorne to save their daughter alone? Their reunion scene is pretty inspired, with Bronn looking hilariously uncomfortable as a lord, and a palpable sense of relief washing over his face as the promise of adventure looms on his horizon.

Just in passing it has to be mentioned that Jon Snow gets elected Lord Commander of the Night's Watch after Maester Aemon settles a dead-heat election between Jon, Ser Alliser Thorne, and some ranger from a western outpost along the wall whom we’ve never met before. But it doesn’t happen before Stannis Baratheon offers to legitimize Jon as Ned Stark’s son, and make him lord of Winterfell. Even though our dreams for House Stark and the north in general were thoroughly crushed at the red wedding, this is an enticing proposition, but it’s one that, predictably, Jon Snow is too principled to accept.

The brunt of the episode’s arc was filled with Daenerys continuing to determine what kind of ruler she wants to be. This week, she is learning the value of laws that transcend the whims of their enforcers. That is to say, when Daario and Grey Worm catch the assassin from Sons of the Harpy who killed one of The Unsullied in the last episode, she chooses to grant him a fair trial rather than a summary execution. The matter is complicated when a band of former slaves kills the imprisoned assassin and leaves his body as a warning. Daenerys must oversee his killer's execution, but not without a degree of hesitance. Dany has made plenty of hard choices during her tenure as a leader, but seeing her up on a pavilion overseeing a beheading in front of a large crowd — very much the same way that newly-crowned King Joffrey was in season one — is a viscerally uncomfortable experience.

Dany’s evolution into a true ruler has always been, among other things, a platform for other characters in the show to put forth their own ideas about how a person should govern. That’s true in this episode when Ser Barristan points out the importance of even-handed justice, using Dany’s late father, the mad king, as an example of how things can go wrong. Reluctantly we have to grant that killing the assassin’s slayer was probably the just thing to do, but Dany didn’t do herself any favors by conducting it in such a public setting.

All of us got a little surprise when Drogon, Daenerys’s most unruly dragon, returned from doing whatever he’s been up to since he fried that little boy to a crisp last season. He extends his head as Dany reaches up to touch him, and mother and dragon have a heartwarming little reunion before Drogon takes flight over the city. Whatever type of ruler Daenerys is, and whatever claims to the throne she possesses, the image of a black dragon flying out over Meereen is a reminder of her most distinctive feature as a ruler, and also of her most solid claim to any throne.

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Watch The Throne: S5 E1 - The Wars To Come

Your Thoughts

  1. What would you have done with the former slave who killed that assassin from Sons of the Harpy? Did Khaleesi make the right choice executing him?
  2. For those keeping score, we currently have three on-the-road style buddy comedy subplots: Brienne and Podrick, Tyrion and Varys, and Jamie and Bronn. Which duo is your favorite?
  3. When the boat captain drops Arya off at The House of Black and White, he says “any man of Braavos would have done the same.” How do you think the citizens of Braavos feel about having a shadowy order of assassins living and working amongst them? How would it make you feel if you lived there?

Hello everyone ! :wave:

It is with great honor that I present to you our newest contest, The White Contest. It is a contest hosted by :iconskyandnatureclub: and :icondevnews:

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The contest is about the color White. It's an ALL-media nature contest. Photos, designs, poems, etc, are acceptable in this contest! The objective is to make a work which has white as the dominant color in the deviation. Since not everyone have/had snow this year, this contest is for everyone! You can find the color white in nearly everywhere!

The theme is not difficult. However, you need to use your creativity if you wanted your work to stand out from the rest ;)

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:bulletblue: At the end ..

:groups: Please read all rules carefully, and then submit a good entry for the contest! :w00t: If you find a nice deviation while browsing ART that you think would fit for the contest, please recommend that person to enter the contest :)

:groups: Please let us know if you can give any prize, ANYTHING, even llama badges. It really will mean a lot. Thanks in advance! :heart:

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:star: We wish you the best of luck !! :iconcarameldansenplz:
..shiver by 8rurupyon8 fumare by bagnino

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fe_tiSH by bagnino

:thumb110458953: :thumb139840861: cattitude by Roudeee  
_DSC7842 by a-belozerov  Forbidden Fruit by bigcitydreams respiro by bagnino
:thumb151018570: Lunar ringlets by bitterev gone with the sin by kelebebeq
the butterfly effect by PsycheAnamnesis Smile by The-Freak-Nora leaving with or without you by aimeelikestotakepics
TicTacTicTac by ruuca Hysteria by ruuca :thumb113971908:
:thumb151412109: Prodject 'FACES' by NataliaGautier svetlana5 by rodossky
untitled by nnoik  Libertate frate'.. by c-time Here, with my friends by c-time
0180 by lwc71 R e a c h by ZanaSoul Old Story by dim-baida
nurdan III by OkTaYBiNGoL Portre 45 by OkTaYBiNGoL :thumb107178273:
nataly 3b by bagnino Behind by Anezka123 LF. by paulsch
Curious by speartime the shadow, part two by Anaris88 :thumb148315649:
Avatar by MarinStefan :thumb99019303: on a sunday morning by Anaris88
The hiker... by vincentfavre rosalyn by Anaris88 a helping hand by poivre
:thumb144857214: :lost: by aanaliza
my old Converse2 by NerySoul Sasza5o2 by astatta Pensive by iNeedChemicalX
hoop-pa by foart :thumb104144772: :thumb102728994:
:thumb108722005: n II by MustafaDedeogLu two minutes by MustafaDedeogLu
cats music by unemo Martina... v2 by MaComiX Promise you by vejitatoja
Moonage daydreams by leenik cold by xTive :thumb97965152:
When The Rain Comes Down by IssyMoon zona cmentarna by joannarasta
Eleven by pepytta Harmony by vemano88 sleeping time by KalbiCamdan
mira.candy by xutomu smell of delicacy . by M0THart mk_tarasov by inna-ya
kate by inna-ya automne by 2jL :thumb143673154:
Intimacy by AgnieszkaTrzaska white poem by rakowska

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Izabella by OlgaC

summer rain by litill-alfur nyr dagur by litill-alfur :thumb123551403:
Coffee Geommetry by aR-Ka Ewe III by patrycjanna before i go by Dabadus
Coffee cup by funnyOne :thumb142892541:
Collected by thursday-hurts What you Looking at? BW by CZOart ...Lu -1-... by OlegBreslavtsev
One Above Darkness by FlorentCourty olga sec 7313 by bagnino :thumb109779652:
stay hard by alinashamalova :thumb92266596: Me as a model - DeGraw shoot by duskOFsummer
never leave you .. by addiicted

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for all we know by micmojo
autum girl by bagnino
Ah Serge. by Merube Lullaby by Kleemass Portret by fraukatie
light by KonradC the small grains make room by haikman an unsuspected party by Anaris88
nr 2 by aanaliza the smell of... by aanaliza mnmn by aanaliza
To start off here, thank you for the entries in the September Contest, much appreciated and

a good start. Let's not waste any time, here's the info on our second contest!

I will hold these contests every month and increase as we go on. The goal is to hold a

couple each month and to be able to give away more prices so that we donate more to charity.

I will always match the contest prizes in cash given away to Red Cross Foundation in

winners name. Participate and help me help others.

:bulletgreen: Rules
- Anybody can participate.
- Maximum of 3 entries.
- You must link back to this article in your deviation description in order to take part of

the contest.
- Artwork must be created for this contest (uploaded earliest October 2nd), no previous

artwork will apply.
- Favorite the article (love it!) in order to help spread the word.
- Send me a note with your entry.
- Deadline for entries is October 25th (23.59 GMT+1)

:bulletgreen: How to enter?
1. Create artwork to go with the theme Black & White.
2. Upload it and link back to this article in the description (+ favorite/like the article).
3. Follow the Rules
4. Check our entry in the Black & White Gallery

:bulletgreen: What is the contest theme?
- This months contest will have Black & White as the contest theme. Create Your

own interpretation from the theme in any genre desired. Work with typography, photo,

drawings, poetry etc, your choice!

:bulletgreen: Who wins and how?
- The winner will be announced October 30th.
- To win the Black & White contest you need to come up with a creative and interesting

concept of portraying the theme.
- All different genres is allowed, photography, digital art, drawing etc
- Winner will be selected and presented together with runner up in an article on October

30th (as well as notified through DeviantART).

:star: 1st place will receive 5,000 points!

:star: 2nd place will receive 2,000 points!

:star: 3rd place will receive 1,000 points!

Entries upon deadline can be viewed in Black & White Gallery

If you have any questions about the contest or how things works, contact med and I'll make

sure to put you straight.

Good luck and spread the word, the more contest entries we get, the more money we'll be able

to raise further on.

Total donations so far (October 2nd 2011) is: $145,00

Best of luck!
:bulletblack: ---- Emotions in Black & White ---- :bulletblack:

:bulletblack: Find a collection of the most beautiful, emotional and moving black/white shots collected during the last months in the Photography/People Galleries. Enjoy!

Au regard du passe by air-de-rien :thumb104144772: With a baby Louis Vuitton. by xcatchmex And then all turns black. by Be-at Lonesome by scaret Tear stained eyes by onechristina inside out. by florit :thumb104928078: :thumb104853102: Today was your last day by disposable-heroX affianced by nowaryesblack Why don't you kill me by cookiemonstah Love is love anyway. by Bunnis The Littlest Princess by DalaiHarma :thumb105116571: j 01 by metindemiralay :thumb103142932:

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ta_sama_ann 006 by Akel-Elen
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:thumb102541672: :thumb56679449: Exit music by onechristina :thumb104039531: night time by minon-minon p a i n by wiersz sometimes. by wiersz more than wanted by muszka

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Bed stories _03 by hellwoman
Whispering by onechristina A feeling. by glitterscene :thumb104463993: Lucy in the sky. by Oeuf-au-riz :thumb104488646: :thumb104503171: The anti barbie by Mimy0318 :thumb101603221: Listening.. by m-petrov portrait by artemiyb :thumb97695572: Genuine. by Be-at Hungry? by Be-at Fashion Victim. by Be-at The little white shirt. by Be-at abandoned fairy tales II. by RAWR-ima-Dinoroar : : Lost : : by EasyCom Amaya 2 by karapix If Loneliness was all by DarkCrissus :thumb93312216: Summer eve by bimbom :thumb89204626: :thumb94600139: Nikky 04 by aprelka THE BLACK PRINCESS by lahuelladigital 42 by escaped-emotions catch my smile by bimbom i wanna take you home. by nrprtm :thumb54975989: Chastity.XxX by Pretty-As-A-Picture Your Tears and Tremblings by brisni It's all a giggle really by mouseonmeds her by nanachan85 Freedom by Insomnia-Transient Light from the Door by lazereth Mar 4 by hulahulaa :thumb77839167: :thumb97730681: Janna 5 by pocelueva Magdalena I by destiny5 zawstydzona... by destiny5 :thumb60971225:

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bathroom_05 by hellwoman
Picture of me III. by Zwielicht-Art under umbrella by mizconseption Dark side of the rainbow by Prettyscary Alice au pays de Paname by Image-of-You :thumb104184885: in between days III by micmojo miss whore by anomalia-magnetyczna :thumb97255171: white sky by zenibyfajnie :thumb90163250: :thumb103545712: :thumb93503317: :thumb92987144: :thumb102843866: in sand by 2infernal4you :thumb103307948: dancing ... by karoluzz :thumb98372487: Just don't by ScorpionEntity :thumb103108485: wdycham spaliny by ajss Loneliness in the autumn air. by Bunnis Feurey by markroutt :thumb85424800: the best model. by appylovesyou :thumb101616602: :thumb86751959: :thumb97847810: maggie 1.4 by M-K-Munich an ocean between us. by catherineisabel :thumb90065102: :thumb101632822: :thumb101630833: Walk to the end by xbelle :thumb87265200: Walk the line by PhilipMatthews i've been there .. by nrprtm P by Cortese999 :thumb100512584: :thumb75124835: On the rock by Luna--cy :thumb83186298: :thumb82552595: working class hero by thePartisan Watching the winter sky... by XSugarfreeX :thumb97485464: let me by Gewof you by Gewof caro-4 2 by Klay-Ger caro-4 1 by Klay-Ger :thumb86052429: :thumb89066270: Girl by soniaa :thumb66580950: :thumb92864107: long black by Lucem winter is comming by go-go-skipper na schodach. by lifedeath13 Steph:Senior Portrait '08 BW by OsmynOree Like what... by RayGoneWild Little Miss by Cristel-m :thumb97535144: :thumb93686330: :thumb100927427: :thumb68343755: tenderness by Cretin-girl Provocative by Olga-Zervou :thumb93927374: This Dream by LunarRose

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wisH . to Be a woMAn by V3Nr3VeNG3

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- window silhouette - by SaschaHuettenhain
Bitter Words by Jole22 Free from myself by mouseonmeds c o s c  .   i  .  e n  z a by V3Nr3VeNG3 :thumb78002388: kiss by the train by mandyy123 :thumb63758346: Baby Queen by Nefeli6 Lonely Girl by TattooTheWorldArt Far away by Insomnia-Transient drink by dincha To Be Alone With You by Asilwen Fairytale by pixie-13 the joy of life by cinaz The Swing by Iznanka :thumb90060535: Drill by suck-milk :thumb74053865: :thumb94601818: Caught In A Moment by FairyFeathers night . . by karoins :thumb71662942: Stop looking start seeing by Ejsz Roz and Rebecka 5 by TootingBecWreck :thumb99036057: no flowers grow. by xjankax Promise me by Ejsz Water by Panter :thumb97577709: Kitted Up by escaped-emotions :thumb65061212: Leave me alone by SecretElii Lois black and white by seanandcow dress2 by mizconseption Plateland Punk XXVI by lordfruitecake Hello there by Fanfa Delicate when unobserved. by Be-at Sweetness sleepless. by Be-at :thumb100267942: lashes II by TimelessImages laughter... by TimelessImages never leave you .. by addiicted nowhere to be found. by RAWR-ima-Dinoroar :thumb47390438: :thumb88476799: fash. dla niesmialych by lifedeath13 agata II by butterfliesinstead zapomnialam by britnii :thumb99795803: :thumb96506826: Rain Dance by Prettyscary Lilac No.4 BW by existentialdefiance never is a promise by micmojo Despair by spaceman2005 :thumb103752153: XIIA by StrangeLoser depresja. by bakanisuru :thumb88780599: a ja taka potargana by bakanisuru let a fate save you by Kleohot przestrzenie wolnosci by trzykropki Plouf. by Klereuh :thumb64648174: :thumb101530838: :thumb101161871: :thumb103102551: :thumb68933897: :thumb56013261: good spirits by karae wenig verstand, viel herz by jazstereo :thumb88660301: Ket: Strip your soul by sonar-ua tear by bagnino :thumb58591947: :thumb95791078: Before I sleep by skinnyknees123 :thumb67051091: we are not old fashion by SinfulEyes Best Friends by SinfulEyes As Flowers Withered by Halohid Ketty_13 by Valovephotography di dar by ubikentang autum girl by bagnino sleeping well_4 by MotyPest

:bulletblack: ---- Containing Nudity ---- :bulletblack:

:thumb104663695: :thumb82250810: :thumb103821423: :thumb102482659: la propagation by glennprasetya Helpless by zlty-dodo D by xyour :thumb92071686: belangloser realismus by jazstereo papillons by grenasse :thumb97239537: :thumb96765228: :thumb57025976: :thumb57025976: 1 of 5 by Bulat :thumb96325715: Leopard legs by nurave .. by agnieszkakryspin So coool by s27w :thumb102388892: :thumb101444101: my pain is self chosen by xxnever-namedxx :thumb100519173: calmness before the storm by Olga-Zervou
Some inspiration... :D :)
Hope you'll enjoy the feature :)

katia with hat by bubble-gum-heartinto by ThreeLibras:thumb88195104:
Portrait of Katya. 2006 by bakhvalov:thumb52319225:
scrap IV by xciteticxLe vent_ by frida-vl27 '02 by przemekbrzoskowski
Dorothy 7 by majkeld:thumb89426499:Sam 887 by MichalTokarczuk
ewe. by AllThatIsThirstbreath. by wftmtocome:thumb80405519:
34 by illeg4lethe touch by bagnino:thumb91129344:
C o n v e r s a t i o n by MultiCuriousUnderstanding You by MultiCurious:thumb88748231:
:thumb50346454:Gentleness by AKB-Photographymessage from someone no.2 by Menoevil
:thumb49590807::thumb83777500:To feel by JakezDaniel
Sometimes I Need Solitude by soulofautumn87:thumb91130609:Fisherman in the fog by ilsilenzio
footprints in the snow by fahrmboylost in the town by julie-rcwinter halcyons by ssuunnddeeww
45262 by r3nyaBudapest ::2 by MisterKey:thumb72263202:
mr lampadaire by TotoRinoI'll wait tomorrow too... by MultiCurious
Loneliness by H1lle:thumb90836110:Moon Flowers by intao
Morning by samuderashiver by AntekPyra.silence. by life-number-9
36. by acukur146 by acukur:thumb76567769:
:thumb81628886::thumb85182763:Two Piers by SerdarAKIN
Entre deux eaux by grebille:thumb72270818::thumb61225117:
:thumb84162494:the chicken dance by grevysfive by nilgunkara
a f f e c t i o n.. by nilgunkaraModigliani by nilgunkaraW a i t i n g . . by SerdarAKIN
:thumb89764973:Mediterranean Dusk by DenisOlivier100907 by ThierryHuchet
. infinite voyage . by utopic-manSaga by intao78 by acukur
150808 by ThierryHuchet060908 by ThierryHuchet080908 by ThierryHuchet
Norway 26 by lonelywolf2Beach Square Redux by Dave-EllisNear future by etchepare
sunset square I bw by kihsleekLine of Windmills by giedriusvarnasWide Open Spaces by jheintz21
210308 by ThierryHuchetWinmill by giedriusvarnasnotitle0602 by philipz
On the way back by zepiaf::: my HOusE ::: by twELveRN:::blaCk wiNdOwS::: by twELveRN
bikeandboat by uzengiaThe Black Lodge by WiciaQ
:thumb76836960:Greeting the Sun.. by SerdarAKINCover Me by nilgunkara
:thumb84720071:s l e n d e r s . . by nilgunkara:thumb76651149:
:thumb85565754:ghost whisperer.. by nilgunkara:thumb77273982:
Conversation... by xMEGALOPOLISx:thumb85806709:gently ruffled leaves by grevys
no defence. by indiae:thumb90710260:Inverno by Plainsong
since I left you by kelrakelraTwo Words by 1unoovercast by M0rt
sky.white by KerdMacro Forest by DREAMCA7CHERunruly woods by grevys
Sweet dream by devknuThe Vase by madestyaharsaa rose for you by poivre
:thumb57797025:Contemplation by sourcowsolitaire by prettyfreakjesper
Pearls in a row by coyote77roInvitation by popragec h a r d o n. by matthieumarangoni
Soft and absolute by OmahaNebraskaUne by DorotejaC:thumb87585893:
Orchid by alexeysilaevwayside flowers.. by Menoevilcan you hear me by butterfly-K
Flower I by jheintz21Gossamer by DominikKucerapassive winter silence by JDacey
Claws by AiaeLooking For The Light by PixydreamTout en elle by Loucos
:thumb64106542::thumb85832634:small by lostknightkg
Hypnotic Eyescape by DominikKuceraMOAR II by Sigurd-QuastStreet Cat by AgresticLamia
energy by poivre:thumb95040382:
niuch.. niuch... by wojtarWazz up? by KvikkenLife Sentence by simplyspoken
SMILE by wilandhung with wires by is-blindDuckling by adrenaline-rest
Dancers by freexel:thumb90813038:Ostrich II. by fogke
Glass by TribianniDial tone by CatchMe-22

Good luck!!!:)
:thumb121972182: Would you play with me? by End-of-Sadness :thumb121894986: :thumb122046019: Malgosia by hellwoman :thumb121922842: :thumb122184287: :thumb122566212: daydreaming by britnii :thumb122071575: :thumb121160088: no smile by patus-patrika

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mercredi by Lucyanna
On my own by juiloquellavera :thumb116338087: :thumb121553254: Elusive by Reverentia Vera Sherbakova 11 by aprelka girl by yodhi19 burn black by xxnever-namedxx SMK 10 by Kamelionen :thumb121941601: that's not my name by xxnever-namedxx :thumb95695424: SMK 13 by Kamelionen

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meg topless in tree 6 by lonelylover123
:thumb122176028: :thumb122359858: :thumb122271173: :thumb122489647: :thumb122487764: Pencil Touch by crazydonut soulless by ajss Waiting by Lilichka :thumb122476636: forest hymn by nozhki-v-bosonozhkah

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es tut mir weh by nozhki-v-bosonozhkah
:thumb108472464: Marta5. by polish-girl

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take me ce soir by jazstereo

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my time is now by micmojo
:thumb69366479: :thumb122550428: :thumb119545584: :thumb119546239: Panza de paianjen by Adelina2 :thumb114385409: alcoholic1 by theshelbyharris :thumb119858124: London Portrait by HardcoreShizzle :thumb40216764: Inside of Me by velvetdrusilla juice by Talabananasaurusrex 3 5 0 by hoppetanikisu :thumb121181605: :thumb116884306: show me you're real by ElisaNight Photo 117 by milkaa007 :thumb118641945: Eidolon No.4 BW by existentialdefiance Unfinished Business by ElisaNight Lost in a lost world. by Be-at Smoking In Front Of My House by zlty-dodo tell me a story by NathashahMMM A frozen memory by AnjaRoehrich KIKI 2 by unomak :thumb120675230: Pretty As You Feel. by Inconditionnellement Cosy In The Rocket by Desert--Rose Paris by HerrWilliam Alinka by fo0losophy ... by Naiade-on-the-roc

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empty seats by Stephanie-Anne
Love by Naiade-on-the-roc

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You Caught Me by finnler

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Entwined by RawBonesStudio
ooo by Vanessa7 Regle n'2 : Liberte by only-mistery :thumb120705810: Hide-and-Seek by SidXandXNancy catdog by haircut closed 2 by kle-m Kladoniya 2 by kle-m See you soon by xXIcigoXx :thumb119479735: :thumb120468222: :thumb120418901: chess_flight by YC-ua :thumb109998252: :thumb117755129: cannot accomplish intolerance by jazstereo

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The Blind One by JC-Stark-Arts
:thumb117358867: :thumb117077634: Tutu by LetsDieSlowly Missing by gottabeagga :thumb118458623: :thumb118415173: :thumb114773681: 2 by KrzysztofSalwarowski blowers daughter by pavlikrelations moment. by UNtonka 234. by sellotapestars Martina by sickshotshow Gone by DopeStars Piano by beddy Im sleepy by puzzle-1190

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rowek by britnii
:thumb111773759: smeared, indistinct uncertain by Dopasowana 1 by KrzysztofSalwarowski It's Not Black And White 2 by WingsForShtuka :thumb109591899:

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lighter by TheRedWater
Emmy II by TheRedWater Memory and desire by Dabadus ms trash by anarchymodel

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bend the throttle by anarchymodel
:thumb116308867: :thumb116534848: :thumb82821501: :thumb117073903: :thumb111989058: too hard to see by mariaslu :thumb117312565: :thumb115026985: :thumb114179215: Half by psychiatrique rrr by BlackDennie :thumb93062820: :thumb103138853: resist by MaryMagpi

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dream II. by yenda-net
:thumb108105452: :thumb116332928: Lera at Blues Bar by psychiatrique :thumb111862358: :thumb116330119: Bogdana by psychiatrique Marina in glasses by psychiatrique Rebel2 by nazliaslanger pandu andita maharani 9 by adalahsaya maharani 5 by adalahsaya maria portrait by mbennion76 not flying by accelerate despair under the summer rain by deinitio :thumb114201881:

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Selia 2475FX by FrancoisDeWynter
:thumb114888851: :thumb114639211: :thumb114878936: Ena4 by pinkswallow cat woman ? by pinkswallow I Shall Believe by Alksndr :: ewelina :: by bagnino behind blue eyes by GOnFriday :thumb110444646: mistress monologue by bitterev piece by piece by RazZzZ Alice. by Y-newman :thumb115870988: :thumb116530211: let's get crazy by notisia :thumb116510420: :thumb116478684: :thumb115936249: Zoe III by javertime Perfect combination. by RaisaPhotoArt The Little Doll_ gothic by Ukiko :thumb116744323: :thumb116611850: :thumb116785611: I remember you by ginger-77 On the brigde... by kaktus69 :thumb116864180: :thumb115890853: :thumb92870241: :thumb117096991: down by Rum-and-Kola :thumb112236075: :thumb116506795: :thumb117249421: :thumb116312256: a wind by Pistacjova :thumb109150496:

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Foto 64 by Fotoankh
A.N by Dabadus :thumb104177034: :thumb105490215:

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Questions series 18: Drown? by liseva
Selina by RealKilroy :thumb97682322: :thumb116127964: :thumb114766299: Vlad Kenner 1 by carlyerin :thumb114852021: :thumb115530890: Flash flash flash by Insomnia-Transient :thumb83564531: trampled rose by thicktheo attente eternelle II by MissElain sun by mizconseption :thumb92356355: Merry christmas presents by mizconseption :thumb113255403: Glass by chernyaeva I don't like tv by mizconseption long ago by Por-fin :thumb115268932: old life. by Cenzzored sensibility. by Zaratops Sweet Teddy by make-it-happen Alone in the Cellar BW by Magicc-Imagery Glooooria. by hoppetanikisu Ace by RENOPHOTO Linda. by RENOPHOTO just sea by Serejka :thumb107750629: I wrote these words by lesmick :thumb112373967: :thumb113307035: :thumb107856299: :thumb106089194: By Starlight. by emeraldiris Its The Creature Inside by lepersabstain Hold Me by lepersabstain m xx 59 by metindemiralay :thumb54902008: Silence. by SilverMercury :thumb80358150: :thumb78587970: :thumb112209235: Arts by imperatorowa :thumb109292060: Shut up. by Piipsy Forever Blowing Bubbles by MizzMaeve with my daughter by Styush :thumb104798843: