anonymous diary VMore Like This
Fenster by somna-ARTifacts
street art by slownumbers
Terre Rouge by Silence-in-your-head
Central Station by KizukiTamura
Berlin Calling by Silence-in-your-head
Odd Sods by jojo22
Free Art by OliverJules
fly by sandpiper764
muro by scheinbar
The Black Cat by ZephyraMilie
urban intimacyMore Like This
in the face of the wind by deadendsoul
Lamposts and Shutters by aobaob
Just do it by batmantoo
Beerlitzer Heilstaetten by Silence-in-your-head
lethean II by deadendsoul
lost in translation by PsycheAnamnesis
Friday night Specials v12.3More Like This
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 and
a Merry Christmas.
Similitude Street - VIMore Like This
SIMILITUDE ~ NOUN
Similarity in appearance or character or nature between persons or things.
( e p i s o d e - 0 6 )
...by - DinoKose
124by - Y-KaFkAs
Valencia dfgby - DualMechanized
To the pointby - daliscar
A Saint came to town by vforvittoria
Saintby - burningmonk
y e y e by - xbastex
Lamps - a little story with 19 images“Just at present you only see the tree by the light of the lamp. I wonder when you would ever see the lamp by the light of the tree.”More Like This
― G.K. Chesterton
“When we turn on the lamp, it gives light the us. Not only for just brighten us, It is to show so dark inside the us.”
― Gaurav GRV Sharma
“Be a lamp unto yourself. Work out your liberation with diligence.”
– Buddha quotes
searching the light
Shadows by haur
9453 by NunoCanha
searching the light by kopita
Online EnduranceSome little ball of faecal matter posted a comment on my profile, proudly announcing “Tom Preston finally left DA”, no doubt in an effort to stir something up.More Like This
Now, I don’t know a huge amount about Tom Preston (AKA Andrew Dobson), I’m just aware of the sketchy details: he drew fetish stuff, he tried to deny it, he posted some incendiary journal entries and some people claim his art is no good.
Excluding the denial part, that sounds eerily familiar to my online shtick. The only difference seems to be in our approach to faceless internet hate. Where TP appears to have taken it very, very personally, thus fanning the flames, I treated mine for what it was: faceless.
That’s the first thing you should always remember when reading through comments about your work: everybody is a phantom. An avatar with a silly name. Their comments could be good, their comments could be bad, but ultimately, unless you’re certain the individual behind them has some in