features 56♥ Enjoy the beautiful works of the amazing artists. ♥features 563 years ago in Personal More Like This
Are you loving the pain? by CarolinLauer
A.Lion.Awakening.II by OctoberRainneoverwhelming solitude by adrkristenter clown by melancholy95
colours of the wind by inessa-emilialady by valeena
deersdeers by young-fascination
:thumb274962128:Flow by juliadavisflowers by DaniDeephoto
Turquoise. by Lileinayaoverwhelming solitude by adrkrist
Ballerina by DianaCretu
tears of joy by paulchen11Welcome, Autumn by JessicaRomananother reality by SabrinaCichy
Lumiere by NestR:thumb180600725:
Misty by ArLapka
2011 As Seen Through Art2011 was full of emotional events the world around, and our community responded at unprecedented levels. From natural disasters to historical celebrations, entertainment milestones to tearful goodbyes, our community spoke out like no other community can — artistically, creatively, and emotionally. In many ways, last year marked the final chapter of a few eras, opening the door to new beginnings for 2012. Let's take a look...2011 As Seen Through Art3 years ago in DeviantART Announcements More Like This
Street Photography DDs - October 2012About the Street Gallery, Street DDs etc.Street Photography DDs - October 20122 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Kolkata Rain by derozio
Wet Willies by spyed
Monuments II by tzaj
untitled by panfoto
Hide and seek by cosmin-m
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FailureWell, this is awkward.Failure3 years ago in Personal More Like This
So, I guess my plan had some minor flaws. Namely that when you tie up deviantART staff with yarn and lock them in their office supply closet, they can use scissors and letter openers to break free. I even put a mirror on the inside of the door to confuse them! How did they know that was the way out? They're some smart humans.
They broke free, activated their laser pointers, and regained control of the servers and databases while we were dreadfully distracted. Now, everything is back to normal on deviantART. Worst of all, they said we "were very, very bad" and that they were "disappointed in us". That guilt is hard to live with, my friends.
We're back to drawing board now. No, we won't give up hope of total world domination. We're so close, I can feel it! Watch out, world! This isn't the last you'll see of FUR.
But world domination will have to wait until another day. Who's ready for a cat nap?
Masters of Photography part VIIJames Nachtwey (born March 14, 1948) is an American photojournalist and war photographer.Masters of Photography part VII2 years ago in Personal More Like This
He grew up in Massachusetts and graduated from Dartmouth College, where he studied Art History and Political Science (1966–70). Nachtwey started working as a newspaper photographer in 1976 at the Albuquerque Journal. In 1980, he moved to New York and began working as a freelance photographer. He has documented a variety of armed conflicts and social issues, spending time in South Africa, Latin America, the Middle East, Russia, Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union shooting pictures of war, conflict and famine, and images of socio-political issues (pollution, crime and punishment) in Western Europe and the United States. Nachtwey has worked with Time as a contract photographer since 1984. He worked for Black Star from 1980 until 1985 and was a member of Magnum Photos from 1986 until 2001. In 2001, he was a founding member of the VII Photo Agency.
Celebrate deviantART's 13th Birthday!Celebrate deviantART's 13th Birthday!1 year ago in DeviantART Announcements More Like This
On the day of your birth, you were likely surrounded by those who loved you, who would lead you through the rough first scary years of life, and who would stand by as you grew into a capable person. As time passed, others may have drifted into your life, and even if you didn't know it, they also nurtured and cared for you in much the same way, helping to shape the person you would become.
When a community like deviantART is born, the same common thread binds its originators and founding members together. Over the years, more and more creative beings drift into its life and strengthen its core every single day, resulting in an exponentially inspirational powerhouse for the sheer fact that they've become a part of it. That nurturing spirit, that inherent support system, that caring community inspires deviantART to grow, and it comes from inside each and every one of you.