I greatly appreciate the fact that you made it even harder to read deviation title and author's notes and check deviation category. This it totally following your initial idea of reducing the importance of these elements, via moving them under the actual deviation (and collapsing a/n), so that we viewers have no idea what the artwork is called unless we take the effort to scroll down and check ourselves. Of course, who cares about what author has to say? I completely understand that you don't want us to read their commentary, which is likely to contain their thoughts and insights on creation processes and key clues to interpretation of their art - things totally unrelated to what we do on this site and hindering our browsing experience. I appreciate that you took the pain to develop an interface that would hide them below thumbnails of other artwork available, which is a great solution to get rid of these pesky elements.
I would also like to express my condolences to Mozilla Firefox users, who have to put up with broken version of the interface, which does worse job at cluttering the visible space and doesn't cover author's notes at all:
Thank you in the name of all grateful users of Opera Software.