We believe that art is for everyone, and we're creating the cultural context for how it is created, discovered, and shared.
Founded in August 2000, DeviantArt is the largest online social network for artists and art enthusiasts, and a platform for emerging and established artists to exhibit, promote, and share their works with an enthusiastic, art-centric community. We have over 48 million registered members and attract over 45 million unique visitors per month. Our members — known as deviants — upload tens of thousands of original pieces of art every day, everything from painting and sculpture to digital art, pixel art, films, and anime.
Artists love us because we are an inclusive and supportive community. We help them find their identity through self-expression. We provide the tools, resources, and exposure to enable them to become better, more successful artists. We inspire people to create art by feeding their creativity. We can't help it — it runs through our veins and compels us to nurture it in others. This is DeviantArt.
In 2017, DeviantArt merged with Wix.com with a goal of bringing additional tools and resources to the art community. Today, our team is made up of diverse and talented individuals from all over the world, and we take great pride in creating a supportive environment for the online artist community.
If you are ready to join the team, please click on a location below to view our open positions on the Wix Careers page.
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Weekly Artist Feature: Owlyjules
this is a very nice face to present to the world. it's too bad much of the good you used to share was forgotten when you moved to eclipse. now presentation is severely limited as your categories have been reduced and the time frames for new and recent work have been negated.
I am not the only voice speaking to these problems. how many must it take until we are heard.
Product Team - DeviantArt needs upgraded search ability. Perhaps using ML/AI to provide suggestions for related images, not relying on only photo tagging. The ability to filter by various options would be useful as well. Such as filtering by art medium, style/category, date created, popular/amateur, etc. I find myself using Pinterest to find ideas for art, and searching new art.