Have you noticed how the Mayan calendar's predicted end of an era at the Winter Solstice of 2012 has transmogrified into a full-blown predicition for a Zombie Apocalypse? What does that look like? I bet you, dear friends, have a fair idea. We want to see your best artist depiction of all things zombie and apocalypse related. And should the world continue to turn (sans zombies) past the 21st of Dec...
Tortoises and hares (or if you prefer, turles and bunnies) either together or separate.
Our focus this month is on the unique beauty of the leaf.
Here's a twist on FOTM: your challenge is to show us one of the many weird and wonderful plants with a rather, er, unique diet.
Owls are awesome. Art with owls? Superlatively awesome. Go forth and create awesome owl art.
September is typically a month of harvest in the Northern Hemisphere. This month, we're asking to turn your artistic endeavours toward berries and fruit.
Domestic birds are a dime a dozen (well, except for those who cost a bit more). This month, we'd love to see you turn your focus to birds that are NOT typically domesticated.
This year, we're tackling all four seasons. We've finally arrived at the last season on this year's schedule: Autumn. Here's your chance to create artwork that epitomizes everything autumn has to offer.
It doesn't get much more simple than this: create art featuring cats and dogs. Preferably together, but seperately is acceptable as well. It just isn't as much fun.
This month, we want you to seek out and celebrate plants tough enough to survive the harsh extremes of life on the prairie.
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