Collection: The Warrior and the MageCollection: The Warrior and the Mage1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
The Warrior and the Mage
“Preys of the thirst of blades and hunger of spells, what are we but witnesses of a war of two? Steel cloaks the hills as mist rises from the seas, and the night grows bright from shining swords and enchanted words. Whose blood will it be on the meadows, whose cry will echo the victory? When the drums are put to sleep, who will rule between the warrior and the mage?”
— TheMaidenInBlack of theWrittenRevolution
Collection: From Myth and LegendCollection: From Myth and Legend1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
From Myth And Legend
“The wind within the trees was a whisper that spoke our tongue, and the stars in the sky shone on the gods of our heavens, alight and alive. What is science against alchemy, we asked them, what is coincidence against prophecy? Kings and beggars stand equal as fates unfold and worlds awake, as heroes rise and deities fall… among nymphs and mermaids, against harpies and sorceries, we must stand as one. Will you brave the lands of myth and legend with us?”
— TheMaidenInBlack, of theWrittenRevolution
Collection: Amongst the Elves and FaeCollection: Amongst the Elves and Fae1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Amongst the Elves and Fae
“Where is the breadcrumb trail of fairytales, and breath of mother nature? We have grown blind to ancestors and their lore, surrendered to fantasy what we believed before. Yet still we dream of elves and fae, of fluttering twilight sprites and lords of timeless halls; we long for lands where battles are won with bow and arrow, skies belong to eagles, and fields feel the flow of magic under the grass. How have we come so far, and how to go back?”
— TheMaidenInBlack of theWrittenRevolution
Collection: Rise from the DeadCollection: Rise from the Dead1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Rise From the Dead
“Where are tonight the sword and its swinger, the holy spells and their singer? Where is the light to scatter the ghosts, the sight of dawn to shatter the frost? Fears can be hidden, and hearts’ fire kindled, but will shadows be caged and demons faced? The curses of liches linger like winds of winter, and wolves howl a hymn for the undead's hunt… who will be safe from the grim reaper’s swing, and who will fall in its grip?”
— TheMaidenInBlack of theWrittenRevolution
Collection: The Heartbeat of Modern MusicCollection: The Heartbeat of Modern Music1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
The Heartbeat of Modern Music
From the days of Beethoven and Franz Liszt, to the Vaudeville stages of America in the1880s to the 1930s, to the electronic keyboards anchoring the rhythms of today’s rock groups and pop singers, the piano has been the heart of the music animating our popular entertainments. Not as sexy as the guitar, nor as brash as the drums, the pianos have been the steadying source of rhythm and timing holding together songs and other compositions for the past several centuries. And, oh yes, while not being so overtly sexy, pianos can be very romantic. Enjoy this gallery of the musician’s most basic dream machi
Cosplay Friday: X-MenCosplay Friday: X-Men10 months ago in Art Features More Like This
COSPLAY FRIDAY: Xavier’s School For Gifted Youngsters
Rogue Gambit I
The X-Men made their comic book debut in 1963 as a group of mutants who were born with superhuman powers and were feared and hated by society for being different from humans.
The inspiration for The X-Men came from the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s and was originally titled The Mutants. Marvel asked editor Stan Lee to change the title because they thought no one would know what the wor
Lewis Carroll: Alice In WonderlandLewis Carroll: Alice In Wonderland1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Lewis Carroll: Through A Glass, Darkly
Alice Meets the Cheshire Cat by feliciacano
The more one is denied something, the more one desires it.
The more oppressive the strictures circumscribing one’s life, the more delirious become that person’s dreams. The more prohibitions and sacrifices one accepts as a life’s duty, the more ingenious must become the approved “escapes.
Cosplay Friday: Calling All HeroesCosplay Friday: Calling All Heroes1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Cosplay Friday: Calling All Heroes
Sonic Wave by cibo-black-cat
Not for the faint of heart,
The fan–made Defense of the Ancients (DotA) strategy game takes place on a virtual battlefield where skillfully trained players level up their heroes and arm attacks against each other’s teams to claim satisfying victory. Released in 2003, it is one of the original multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) games and certainly one of the most suc
Galileo Galilei: The Starry MessengerGalileo Galilei: The Starry Messenger1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
GALILEO GALILEI: The Starry Messenger
February 15 marks Galileo’s 461st birthday.
The man has a long list of accomplishments in the field of astronomy attributed to his name, including improving and developing the telescope, discovering sunspots, and proving that earth was not the center of the universe.
One of Galileo’s most widely-known accomplishments is the discovery of Jupiter’s four largest moons, also known, aptly, as the
Fan Art Friday: Teenage Mutant Ninja TurtlesFan Art Friday: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
FAN ART FRIDAY: Heroes In A Half Shell
New York City, chemical ooze, and the delicious smell of pizza can only mean one thing — Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles!
For being named after Renaissance artist greats, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael, and Michelangelo, had rather humble beginnings. Let’s travel back to 1983 to when Kevin Eastman created the idea for the turtles during a brainstorming session with his friend Peter Laird. Eastm
Time Traveling While You SleepTime Traveling While You Sleep1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Time Traveling While You Sleep
By istickboy & Truepicturesinc
Time Travel in a Time of Regret
An Experiment with Time is a long essay by the Irish aeronautical engineer J. W. Dunne (1875–1949) on the subjects of precognition and the human experience of time.
John William Dunne was an Irish aeronautical engineer and author. In the field of parapsychology, he achieved a preeminence through
Spy Tools of the FutureSpy Tools of the Future1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Spy Tools of the Future
By istickboy, Truepicturesinc
Watch Dogs by AcerSense
Realm of Possibilities: SuperhumanRealm of Possibilities: Superhuman1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Realm of Possibilities: Superhuman
Naga by armandeo64
Foreword by techgnotic
Our guest editorialist, the nameless one, founder of Realm-of-Fantasy is known on DeviantArt as alltheoriginalnames and he is the Keeper of the Realm—that Realm being the renowned Realm of Fantasy Group, the largest fantasy and science fiction group curation on the web. He is the Administrator for poseraddicts, a dA group for 3D artists and the founder of Creationarium. The editors of
Collection: Fashion is a Seductive and Savage GodCollection: Fashion is a Seductive and Savage God1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Fashion is a Seductive and Savage God
Asia’s Next Top Model Tiger
Gods and Kings: The Rise and Fall of Alexander McQueen and John Galliano by Dana Thomas was published this month. It tells the story of two revolutionary British designers who re–invented and re–energized Fashion Weeks in Paris and New York and brought real outrage and excitement back to high fashion. In the past twenty years these
Fan Art Friday: Indiana JonesFan Art Friday: Indiana Jones1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
FAN ART FRIDAY: Fortune &
Temple of Doom blu ray art
Indiana Jones. Professor. Adventurer. Archaeologist… or Raider?
With his iconic fedora, brown leather jacket and bullwhip, this rugged explorer has been sparking increases in enrollment for Archeology departments across the country since his cinematic debut in 1981. Created from the first collaboration between George Lucas and Steven Spielberg, Indiana Jones has not only become one of
Edison And Tesla's Electric FeudEdison And Tesla's Electric Feud10 months ago in Art Features More Like This
The War of Currents Edison and Tesla’s Electric Feud
Edison VS Tesla
The $50,000 Wager
The story goes that when Thomas Edison’s Serbian-born employee Nikola Tesla told his boss that he could make several fixes to his direct current power generators, Edison offered him a healthy reward — $50,000 — if he was successful. In a few months, Tesla finished the project and asked for his payment. Apparently Edison laughed Tesla off and instead off
Collection: Chinese New Year 2015-Year Of The GoatCollection: Chinese New Year 2015-Year Of The Goat1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Year of the Goat (or Ram, or Sheep)
Happy Chinese New Year 2015
The main difference between the Western and Chinese zodiacs is that in the West, each month of the year has its own sign, whereas the Chinese zodiac is made up of 12–year cycles, with each year having its own sign.
The date of the Chinese New Year differs annually, reflecting the second new moon after the winter solace, (falling usually between January 21 and February 19).
Collection: In The Shadow of DragonCollection: In The Shadow of Dragon1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
In The Shadow of Dragons
"Is the time of daring deeds forgotten, and spent the fire of men? The bravery sheathed, the proud hearts withered? In the scorched trails of our foes’ fury, even wizards’ spells knelt and warriors’ will bent; yet Dawn’s struggle beneath the burning clouds, within the shadow of dragons, has won her the eastern sky. Shall battle drums thunder once more, and mithril–clad soldiers brave again the terrors of the skies?"
— TheMaidenInBlack of theWrittenRevolution
Ode On A Grecian RockOde On A Grecian Rock1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Ode on a
Grecian Rock The Miscellaneous Inscriptions of Ancient People Paint a Familiar Portrait of Humanity
When old age shall this generation waste,
Thou shalt remain, in midst of other woe
Than ours, a
Cosplay Friday: Mortal KombatCosplay Friday: Mortal Kombat10 months ago in Art Features More Like This
COSPLAY FRIDAY: Finish Her!
Mortal Kombat X is the latest installment in the Mortal Kombat video game franchise and it comes with its very own pro tournaments.
The Mortal Kombat ESL Pro League allows Xbox one players in Europe and North America to battle it out in weekly challenges with 16 finalists competing in the Grand Finals in Los Angeles on July 11. The Mortal Kombat Cup tournament is open to players in 17 countries and will hold the finals in
Collection: Haunted HousesCollection: Haunted Houses1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Coming across a deserted house, whether hidden by the distance of a rolling countryside or by the shadows of adjoining city ghetto dwellings, is like stumbling across an unnoticed, unburied corpse. It is obviously dead now, but once it was full of lives. Coming across a haunted house is different. Deserted or still occupied, it is a place where lives, unsatisfied, have refused to move on into a full death. The houses reflect their tenants. They are living dead structures, refusing to return to dust.
“What terrified me will terrify others; and I need only describe the spectre which had haunted my midnight pillow”
– Mary Shelley
Collection: Space ArtCollection: Space Art1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
There was once a time when art depicting the lands west of the Appalachian Mountains as pristine wilderness awaiting exploration was censured by church and state as distracting from more important matters of the common pieties of home life. But there have always been those who need visions of grander realms for the journeys they can only dream of experiencing, but that may one day be rest stops on their great–great–grandchildren’s celestial road maps.
“In space, race doesn't matter, nationality doesn't matter. In space, you see the world as a globe and you don't see the boundaries.”
– Maggie Aderin–Pocock
Collection: A Warning In Another's EyesCollection: A Warning In Another's Eyes1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
A Warning in Another’s Eyes
Stop and Stare
Staring is not the same as intently gazing into another person’s eyes as a manner of communication.
That can be a quite pleasurable experience. Staring into another’ eyes too often presages the delivery of a warning or very bad news. The fixed stare is the facial equivalent of a flashing amber light, indicating you should proceed but only with great caution. Keep that in mind as you peruse t
Fan Art Friday: CinderellaFan Art Friday: Cinderella1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
FAN ART FRIDAY: A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes
Cinderella A Dream is a Wish
Cinderella and her glass slipper have become a modern day institution since Disney’s classic film debuted 65 years ago.
The tale we’ve come to know today originated in Europe, but its roots can be traced as far back as Ancient Egypt where we find the original “Cinderella,” a Greek slave girl named Rhodopis who goes on to marry the king of Egypt. The Cindere