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The Best of July Visual Art!The Best of July Visual Art! by karemelancholia
Now it's time for July 2008 Visual Art Features, many new art to discover!
Run by karemelancholia since 1 year & 7 monthes.
Don't forget that many artists need to be viewed, they deserve it!
Fave Fave Fave!
My main purpose in doing a monthly feature about (to my point of view) 'the best visual art' is to put in the same level as well wellknown artists and popular creations as unknown artists and under-exposed creations.
Artists need to be supported.
So don't be shy!
Visit their pages, support them by faving, commenting, and when you see a deviation that you like also view their gallery entirely, like that you can decide if you will devwatch them or not.
Viewing only a deviation (what is great) is not enough
And if you want to see your favorite visual artists or art selected to be in this feature for the next month,
The Magic of TarotsThe magic universe of Tarot fascinates almost everyone, in every time, everywhere.The Magic of Tarots by Golubaja
And with good reason: because even to those who don't believe in astrology or divination (and I am among them), Tarot decks, from the most ancient to the brand modern ones, reveal a sort of ancestral charm made of magic suggestion mixed with fine art.
The tarot (also known as tarocchi, tarock or similar names) is a set of cards typically featuring twenty one trump cards, the fool, and an extra face card per suit, in addition to the usual suit (face and pip) cards found in ordinary playing cards. Tarot cards are used throughout much of Europe to play Tarot card games. In English-speaking countries, where the games are largely unknown, Tarot cards are utilized primarily for divinatory purposes with the trump cards plus the Fool card comprising the twenty two major arcana cards and the pip and four face cards the fifty six minor arcana. - Read more on Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tarot_car