Food In Focus: The Flavors Of IndiaFood In Focus: The Flavors Of India4 months ago in Art Features More Like This
FOOD IN FOCUS: The Flavors of India
Food is a universal language
One we all speak on a daily basis. We indulge in its savory, sweet, salty, sour or spicy flavors depending on our cravings of the day. Its tantalizing flavors draw us in and delight our taste buds. With each region of the globe creating its own unique cuisine, there are numerous delicious journeys you can take. So let’s embark on a culinary adventure as we explore delicious faire from around the wo
Charles Darwin:Powerful Legacy For Science And ArtCharles Darwin:Powerful Legacy For Science And Art4 months ago in Art Features More Like This
CHARLES DARWIN: A Powerful Legacy for Science and Art
Darwins inheritance II
February 12 marks Charles Darwin’s 206th birthday.
His career was long and illustrious, and he conceived one of the most influential ideas of all time: the theory of evolution. This theory states that life on earth slowly changed and developed over millions of years, with each species passing along the traits that made them better suited to survive in their environ
All Out Superpower ConfrontationAll Out Superpower Confrontation4 months ago in Art Features More Like This
All Out Superpower Confrontation!
BA 04 Marvel MVP
Marvel VS DC!
Let’s get ready to rumble!
As if the battlelines weren’t already drawn, the joint communique from Marvel/Disney and Sony announcing Spider–Man being part of a shared universe, has to be the (Infinity) Gauntlet throwdown of the year.
Marvel versus DC Comics has been a decades long battle going back to the 1960’s when DC Comics restricted ho
Friday night Specials v5.4Friday night Specials v5.41 year ago in Art Features More Like This
image by wchild
If you like what you see, this article
so it can reach as many deviants as possible.
A weekly selection amongst the images I liked,
while browsing the Street Gallery
and I think they deserve more attention.
Enjoy them, comment on them and remember
to visit the photographers' galleries as well.
Have a nice weekend.
Nom Nom #56 PrawnsHeaded created by TouchedDNom Nom #56 Prawns2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Hands up if you like prawns??!!!! Definitely not I, not since my Mother once told me they hung around the sewers in the sea anyway. But prawns are popular globally, almost - and here are some great examples of how you can get very creative with the little poo dwelling crustaceans...
Will you ever eat them again?
Tek Tek Noodle by GregoriusSuhartoyo
Peach Pepper Prawn Packages by chiziwhiteafrican
THE BEST OF NOVEMBERThe polls winners:THE BEST OF NOVEMBER1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
A.l.i.e.n.z. - She Robot by MarkusVogtPeregrine Falcon painting by EsthervanHulsen
Remember by Saidge42Prince of sea by derrickSongSpring by n00brevolutionWarchild II by amberj8
Bonita by The-HandLast day of summer by Inna-Vjuzhanina
lost in silence by bohomaz13Loading animation_1 by ivany86
Clouded Future by NambrothForest-Shadow by Fuz-Caforio-Art
Mage battle by sandara
Street DDs November 2013Here is November's DDs selection, enjoy!Street DDs November 20131 year ago in Art Features More Like This
I'm taking the opportunity to kindly remember you to suggest me DDs:
MOVE YOUR BUTTS AND SUGGEST ME DDs, YOU BASTARDS!
Ehm... No kidding, suggesting DDs is a great help for me in supporting street and street photographers on this website .
Leaving you with a quote from, and a couple of links about, Saul Leiter, great street photographer recently passed away.
"I never thought of the urban environment as isolating. I leave these speculations to others. It’s quite possible that my work represents a search for beauty in the most prosaic and ordinary places. One doesn’t have to be in some faraway dreamland in order to find beauty. I realize that the search for beauty is not highly popular these days. Agony, misery and wretchedness, now these are worth perusing."
"Some photographers think that by taking photos of human misery, they are addressing a serious problem.
I do not think that misery is
Hall Of Fame ( 42 - October 2013 ) Those who have been members of our Group for quite a while are aware of the fact that many of the Group's Submissions end up in my, Alligatorr's, gppr’s, Mathness', Rockinfroggi's and pbird12's Favourites, being featured wherever it is possible to do that and being suggested as DDs. So, keep submitting, people, because there are only advantages in it for you.Hall Of Fame ( 42 - October 2013 )2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
This is the Hall Of Fame of our :iconForeverArtGroup: . Here you can find the best monthly submissions, carefully chosen by us.
Polish fields.. by MateuszPisarski Toxic Sunset by PeterJCoskun ORC WIP by mherrador Battle in the Snow by mobocanario Comb my hair... by Sillyselly Hatter by ann-emerald *Keep holding on* by remstan
October 2013 Photojournalism DDsIt's time to take a little journey through last month's featured Daily Deviations from the Photojournalism category.October 2013 Photojournalism DDs2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Snowbirds High Arch by 8TwilightAngel8
A Kiss from a Fairy Princess by periwinklepaints
Yasur Volcano Girl by little-spacey
If you've been featured here and received some hell from the trolls and would like them
hit over the head with a figurative hockey stickaddressed. Note 1pen or Moonbeam13
DD Suggestions Guidelines
* Send me the link or the thumbcode of the
Photography FortnightlyPhotography Weekly Header created by TouchedDPhotography Fortnightly2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
“Today everything exists to end in a photograph.”
Firstly, let me share the stunning! This fantastic artist has created a series of photographs that showcase humans interacting with graffiti. Check out the article here and you won't be disappointed! And if you're interested in traditional types of photography then check out this series of Nostalgic tintypes - guaranteed to fool you into thinking they are a blast from the past - if only for a second. Zack Seckler has shared some fantastic Humorous Photography which could ce
Through The Lens #3 ~ The Validity of Abstraction“There is nothing worse than a sharp image of a fuzzy concept.”Through The Lens #3 ~ The Validity of Abstraction2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
- Ansel Adams
When photography was first created it was used primarily for portraits. It was not yet mobile and therefore could not yet be used in genres like landscape or journalism. Portrait painters at the time felt that photography was not legitimately artistic, and this spurred the "Pictorialist" photographic movement. In defense of their art, Pictorialists depicted subjects with soft visual effects and artistic poses. At the beginning of the twentieth century a man named Paul Strand countered the "Pictorialist" movement stating that it was too apologetic, and did not take advantage of the new medium.
Paul Strand was an American Modernist photographer leading the drive to establish photography as a valid form of fine art. However, he did not believe that all forms of photography held artistic value. His argument was based on the idea - central to modernist art, of 'trut
ProjectPorkchop Vol268ProjectPorkchop is all about bringing more exposure to the many talented yet under appreciated artists going unseen on deviantART daily. The artists chosen truly deserve more attention based on low counts of favorites, comments, and watchers, added to their incredible artistic talent.ProjectPorkchop Vol2682 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Creature Series - Black Rhinoceros by 4verse8 Phoenix Tattoo by 4verse8
ProjectPorkchop Vol267ProjectPorkchop is all about bringing more exposure to the many talented yet under appreciated artists going unseen on deviantART daily. The artists chosen truly deserve more attention based on low counts of favorites, comments, and watchers, added to their incredible artistic talent.ProjectPorkchop Vol2672 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Dragon And Judge 015 by jonfosterstudios
Great Artists - Face-Reality Lisa O'Regan :iconface-reality:Great Artists - Face-Reality1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
More info about Great Artists: http://paradiseofartists.deviantart.com/journal/Visit-Great-Artists-in-TaniaAV-acute-s-profile-278860967
Welcome To Night ValeWelcome To Night Vale2 months ago in Art Features More Like This
Welcome To Night Vale A Magical Realist Home Companion
The Company’s Favorite Face
Last year saw the birth of what could be called the first breakout hit in podcasting. Serial, a podcast spinoff of sorts from This American Life, was downloaded over five million times on iTunes, and enjoyed an audience comparable to your average cable television program. But before Serial exploded, there was Welcome to Night Vale.
In the summer of 2013, Welco
Terrifying Yet Beautiful - Cosplay FeatureJust in time for Halloween, here are some of the most frightening yet bewitching cosplays from deviantART.Terrifying Yet Beautiful - Cosplay Feature2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Halloween is my time by straywind
Corpse bride by Kifir
Hysteria by AnnaProvidence
Makeup: Cheshire Cat by Khdd
Dark Knight Harley Quinn by BangBangNeko
Pyramid Head I by Blasteh
Bellatrix : The Death of Dobby by LolaInProgress
Sally. by Maho-Urei
Skeleton Obscure. by equinelovex
Featuring art by Meagan-Marie, ChocolateDecadence, Blasteh, Naty2j, MonsterBrand, TraumaticCandy, Nao-Dignity, EnjiNight, AWPhotographyandArt, straywind, Kifir, AnnaProvidence Khdd BangBangNeko Blasteh LolaInProgress, Maho-Urei, and equinelovex.
PE: 9 tips to be more creativeCreativity isn't just an artist's concern. Creativity is about using your imagination in every endeavor. Believe it or not, you are a creative person already. However, these tips might inspire you to get the best of what you already have.PE: 9 tips to be more creative2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
1. GET OUTSIDE
This comes as a very first tip for a reason. Whether it's outside your house or outside your mind, changing your perspective will help the ideas flow.
2. DRINK ENOUGH WATER
Your brain functions much better when well-hydrated. Symptoms of mild dehydration include tiredness, headache, muscle weakness, and dizziness - these are certainly not going to help you to think straight.
Exercise produces endorphins that might as well be responsible for your next brilliant idea.
Dreaming is very important, inside a dream nothing is impossible. Use that to your advantage.
5. STOP WATCHING TELEVISION
Or better yet, get rid of the damn thing. TV is a mind-killer. Turn it off. Even if th
PE: 5 EXCUSES why you just can't do better!5 EXCUSES why you just can't do better!PE: 5 EXCUSES why you just can't do better!2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
You really want to, you've worked hard to develop the skills you have and you enjoy every minute of doing what you love. And besides, people say that your artworks are...nice. Cute. Doesn't that count for something? Sure it does, there is no reason to panic and pointlessly push yourself forward. Enjoy your coffee break!
Besides, even if you didn't like the current level as much, there is absolutely nothing you can do about it at the moment. So many unfortunate happenings stand right between you and your dream. Recognizing any of the following?
1 - You don't have the time
You're right! After all, you are a human being, not a machine, waking up early every morning, heading to school/work, afterwards taking care of the household/kids/your homework, studying, you barely even finish all the tasks during the 24 hours that's been given to everyone.
On the other hand, is there absolutely
Daredevil: Man Without FearDaredevil: Man Without Fear3 months ago in Art Features More Like This
DAREDEVIL: Man Without Fear
Hell’s Kitchen in New York City was a pretty rough place
Like many areas of the city in the 1950s and 1960s, poverty gave way to hardship which in turn created crime. The New York of that time period would be unimaginable to people only familiar with today’s Disneyland–inspired Times Square. But back then things were tough.
Brought to Life: Nintendo CosplayNintendo defined so many of our childhoods. It's a fun thing to see all of the characters we grew up with come to life, with the effort of these fantastic cosplayers.Brought to Life: Nintendo Cosplay2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Sheik Listen Carefully by RappyDemon
Skull Kid by IgorTodd
The Written Revolution, Interviews On WritingThe Written Revolution, Interviews On Writing2 months ago in Art Features More Like This
TWR Interviews: On Writing
Together with our Mentorship Project, we'll be releasing a series of interviews with experienced writers and members of our community. They will all have a different focus, according to the parts of the Project they are paired with.
This being the first article, it will contain some general advice on writing. It will be updated as more deviants contribute to it, so keep an eye out!
The deviants who so kindly shared their views with us for this article are:
Lewis Carroll: Alice In WonderlandLewis Carroll: Alice In Wonderland4 months 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.
Jurassic World: Recapture The RaptorJurassic World: Recapture The Raptor6 months ago in Art Features More Like This
JURASSIC WORLD: RE-CAPTURE THE RAPTOR
Jurassic World Ends by Art-Light-Magic
Excuse me, are there going to be any dinosaurs on your dinosaur tour?”
— Dr. Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) in Jurassic Park
Having birthed the summer blockbuster pheno
Nightmare Fuel: Monsters by Anastasios GionisAnastasios Gionis is a digital sculptor and 3D modeler for the film industry. His work has been featured in films such as Snow White and the Huntsman, Cabin in the Woods, Land of the Lost, Hop, and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, The Sorcerer's Apprentice, The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor.Nightmare Fuel: Monsters by Anastasios Gionis2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
He also did character design for kids TV shows including As Told by Ginger, All Grown Up, Squirrel Boy, and Rocket Power.