WNC - Monthly Feature No. 20Don't forget to this feature if you like it.You can also "+1" it on Google+>>> [link] <<<This is a selection from last month's submissions to:iconwhoneedscolour:a group dedicated to black and white artwork.Sit down, stare at the screen......and enjoy!No_ship_inside by anticuusBW portrait I by Alexandre-BordereauI was lying. by gloeckchenRosy Selfie by lampguruGhost of the White River by iNeedChemicalXbetween by BlackCocktailI by WWinchester1986P1100993 by crossfading
Forum Features #42 - March: Spring!Once again, the Community Relations team is here to feature the artworks of deviantART's beloved forumers! Once a month, we select one active member from the forums and we feature his or her gallery. This is someone we believe represents the forums well with both good forum-abilities and art.As we're kind (and awesome), we also decided to give an opportunity for everybody to get featured! Every month, we create a thread in the Deviation Thumbshare Forum with a particular theme. This thread is made into a sticky for easy access. All you have to do is post thumbs of your artwork that match the theme and, at the end of the month, we select our favorite thumbs from that thread and feature them in the next news article. The best thing is that being an active member of the forums is the only requirement!Featured Forumer of the Month: Aitheos.
Photography Weekly: Edition Twenty FourPhotography Weekly Header created by TouchedD"If I could tell the story in words, I wouldn't need to lug around a camera" - Lewis HineThis week I happened across a Photographer who shoots the economy - currently in the UK. If you ever wondered what Economy looks like - and what the recession looks like - in the Photographic sense then wonder no more. Simon Robert's has it captured. What really struck me though, aside from the complete normality and sometimes mundane life that made the photographs, was the comments on the Article that I read about Simon. The BBC Wrote about him yesterday and nearly all the comments were from people advocating boredom. The Irony is that Simon Robert's had, in full colour, photographed our lives. And the general consensus was that it was dull and unimaginative. How very English we are.Copyright Simon Robert's