Introducing the New Gallery Framed PrintIntroducing a Sleek New Framing OptionWe are proud to announce the Gallery Frame, our newest addition to an already stellar line of Prints Shop products.Artistic Craftsmanship, Incredible PricesMade from 100% recycled materials, these new frames are available in three different color options and come with a clear, acrylic face to keep your art in perfect, archival quality for years to come.Great Prices, Starting under $25!DeviantART's new Gallery Frames are an alluring yet durable option for collectors looking to preserve the art they love. In addition to its elegant design and protective qualities, Gallery Frames are also our least expensive framing option, ranging from about $25 to $75! Classy art at reasonable prices. That means you can get a fine art archival quality paper print with a frame starting at just
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Changes to the Prints Agreement As part of a general review of the Prints Program we noticed that the Prints Agreement needed clarity.We changed the way in which we describe pricing because we have changed the way in which pricing is displayed during the submission process. We also wanted to clearly explain the impact of promotional offers on the Artist Profit. More than two years ago we blended the Premium Print Program with the Premium Membership (they used to be different). We have now updated the language in order to better distinguish the differences between Premium and Standard Print Program features in the Prints Agreement.Finally, we fixed some word choices and grammar to make the Agreement a better read.To compare the new Prints Agreement with the former Prints Agreement click here. (We've provided you with a helpful document that shows all of the language that has
DLD to DD for March 11th, 2014Guidelines | How to Suggest a DLD | Group Administrators | Affiliation | Chatroom | Current Staff OpeningsDLD to DD March 11th, 2014Featuring these Special DLDs is an honor!You can show your support by ing this News Article.Every so often a DLD is featured as a Literature Daily Deviation and displayedon the deviant ART front page. We would like to give special recognition to thosethat have received this honor. We would like you to revi
Where Dreams Come TrueWhat fairy tale is complete without a majestic setting? Here are a few noteworthy landscapes fitting for any folk tale!"Life itself is the most wonderful fairy tale of all." -Hans Christian Andersenthe castle by Mark-HeatherMay day by m-eralpGreen Waves by AlecsPSYellow Brick Road by AlecsPSA fairytale isn't complete without a striking castle.Castle by Krzynektrakoscan castle VI by roblfc1892egeskov castle by petitpommeWarkworth Castle by newcastlemale"If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales." -Albert Einstein, attributed, but unsourced.
PE: Interview Custom Widgets[deviantART related]Since it is known that you can customize your custom widgets, it has become a new trend within deviantART. While it has its limitations, deviants - old and new - have been very creative to make the most out of it though. A lot of people offer resources for others to use and today I have asked three of them to answer a few questions for us!Big thanks to SimplySilent, CypherVisor & UszatyArbuz for taking the time to answer my questions. To let people know, who you are, please introduce yourself with a few words. Beside the custom resources thing, how do you spent your time on deviantART?:iconsimplysilent:Hi there! I'm SimplySilent, and I spend most of my time on dA either messing with CSS or managing my group Rising-Artists. I also enjoy helping out at some of my other groups, randomly chatting with deviants, and writing tutorials.:iconcyphervisor:Hey there folks! Look Boogieman is here! Haha… Sorry, I guess that w
Celebrating Women's History: Feminist ArtThe "Feminist art movement" began in the early 1960s. Women’s roles were questioned in society and thus were questioned in art in an article by Linda Nochlin called “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?” She argued that there were few women artists because they were held back by a system that denied them equal opportunity (academies and guilds). Also in a society in which the home was run and child rearing was done entirely by women, women did not have the opportunity to engage in academia or the arts. Generally, if women were artists, they had to have male family members representing or teaching them. Painting was the only subject a woman could engage in, but nude models were forbidden for female painters, thus never reaching complete potential for academy standards. Italian Baroque painter Artemsia Gentileschi was one of the few female artists who was able to rise
Tips for creating dark artTips for creating dark artI have heard many people's opinions about dark art. What defines it? What's it's main features? There is many who think they create dark art, but others who tell them THAT isn't what dark art is. But is that fair? Is it up to us to decide what dark art is OR is it something we need to feel. Something that comes to every human in need and offers a cold a dark reality of comfort. Here are the opinions of some dark artists..."Go beyond the cliché and open your mind. People think creating something dark means you have to stick to cemeteries, goth chicks, and muted tones, which is false! Embrace colour in your dark work. Use your emotions and use your art to explore the darker side of your soul. I have found some of my darkest pieces came from me sitting outside in the sunshine and simply remembering something. Such as how the sun
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Art History Project- Omar KhayyamOmar Khayyam, (Lit: "Omar The Tentmaker), was born, (circa 1051), at Nishapur in Khorassan, (A region in N.W. Persia). Omar was a very inquisitive boy, in possession of a good mind, and soaked up the education afforded by his father's prosperity, ...judging by his later achievements. Omar probably learnt his father's trade and became a tent-maker for a while. Omar travelled around his country and nearby areas visiting places like Samarkand and Isfahan, (Isfahan has some of the most beautiful Temples I have ever seen!, the entrance to the Main one has tiles of the most exquisite and colourful designs unrivalled anywhere in my humble opinion...), no doubt exchanging ideas and researching with some of those he met. He died in 1131 and is buried in the Khayyam Garden at the mausoleum of Imam Zadeh Mahruq in Nishapur. 728 years later, an English linguist, Edward FitzGerald, published, (in the sa
Istvan SandorfiIstván Sándorfi1948-2007◯ LifeIstván Sándorfi (Also known as Étienne Sandorfi) born in Budapest Hungary in 1948, was a hyperrealist painter. Known for his hyperrealistic abstract oil paintings.His father was a director of the American company, IBM, in Hungary. Sándorfi started to draw when he was 8. And moved to oil paints when he was 12 years old. As he grow older, István studied Fine Arts in paris.Sándorfi later got married and became a father of two girls.His first exhibition was in a small gallery in Paris, then the first great exhibition was held in 1973 at the "Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris". After that his painting were found in several museums abroad, like in Copenhagen, Rome, Munich, Bruxelles, Basel, New York, L
The Stock Market - No. 8depthRADIUSIssue No. 8|ArchivesStock MarketAbout Stock MarketThe inspirational magic of one image awakening the creative muse of hundreds of artists.This issue's stock imageValentine by faestockSummertime Sadness by khellfinteLADY DOWNSTAIRS1600s by JiaJenn31
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