What Does Your Artistic Journey Look Like?More Like This
Enter your journey and contribute to a major art project sponsored by deviantART and The Art Institutes system of schools. Whether you're passionate about cupcakes or character design, whether your art is digital or traditional, we want to see where your
The Shape of Things to ComeYou want change on DeviantArt. Everyone here has something they would change. We do listen and, yes, we can’t get everything done. Still, as a community, with any change we change together because we are all here together.More Like This
We found major talent to join the DeviantArt team this year to help us assume responsibility for major change and deliver on it. In return, we will be calling on the whole community to exercise its responsibility of continuing to shape DeviantArt into the place where the global undercurrent of creativity feeds the future of popular culture.
DeviantArt is as binary as it is digital in its platform. We serve equally those who produce art as those who need to see art and engage with it. Creating the undercurrent is a function of tools as much as it is a function of community activity. Getting these two to work in unison has always been the secret sauce of DeviantArt – and every recipe for the sauce begins
Sesame Street characters as Tarot Cards:icondotlover1000: DotLover1000 wanted me to make a journal entry of Sesame Street characters as Tarot Cards.More Like This
Magician: The Amazing Mumford
High Priestess: Rosita
Empress: Granny Bird
Emperor: Big Bird
Lovers: Elmo & Zoe
Strength: Prairie Dawn
Hermit: Forgetful Jones
Wheel of Fortune: Pat Playjacks
Justice: Telly Monster
Hanged Man: Grover
Temperance: Betty Lou
Devil: The Big Bad Wolf
Tower: Guy Smiley
Star: Baby Bear
Moon: Ruby Monster
Sun: Bip Bippadotta
World: Abby Cadabby
I cried because of this...When you were 1 year old,More Like This
your mom celebrated the first birthday of you,
you thanked her by crying all day long.
When you were 2 years old,
your mom started teaching you how to talk,
you thanked her by saying ummmumumumumamamama.
When you were 3 years old,
your mom brought you to the park,
you thanked her by running around the pond, and chasing the ducks.
When you were 4 years old,
your mom bought you some toys,
you thanked her by breaking the toys on the next day.
When you were 5 years old,
your mom bought you a story book and read it to you,
you thanked her by ripping it piece to piece.
When you were 6 years old,
your mom sent you to the kindergarten, so that you can start making friends,
but you thanked her by fighting with your classmate.
When you were 7 years old,
your mom made you a very nice lunch for the first day of school,
you thanked her by throwing your foods around the class.
When you were 8 years old,
your mom handed you an ice cream,
you thanked her by dripping it all ov