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In the Merrell Diorama Contest, we challenged you to depict your favorite fall memory in a shoebox diorama. Your visions were brought to life, and beautifully so! Thank you for sharing your memories with us. The following Semi-Finalists have been chosen by our judges and will now be sent to Merrell's Vice President of Global Marketing, who will choose the top three Finalists.

The 22 Semi-Finalists will each receive:

:bulletblue: $50 USD iTunes Gift Card
:bulletblue: DeviantART Gear T-Shirt of Winner's choice (subject to availability)
:bulletblue: 800 deviantART Points    
:bulletblue: Three-month Premium Membership to deviantART

Congratulations to all!


Autumn Wine by FaithSensei Something About The Fire by DennyKotian Asheville Falls by mini-roshi The Bride by oneKATIE Mid Autumn Festival by yingmakes Autumn magic fall by AlviaAlcedo Wish tree by anotherwanderer Merrell Diorama Contest - Autumn by juliedillon Christmas preparation by Mowito Merrel Diorama Contest - Trick or Treat by TRAVALE Autumn sinphony by XWalyX Harvest Moon by trinafool Flora and Fauna by Pen-umbra Discovering Fall by MalkBass The International Society of Leaf-Jumpers by lymanalpha Memories of Fall by lea-michelle Paranoia by Jim-Po :thumb335438538: Monkeys in the Snow by FooFootheSnoo apples... by faQy Fox in the Fall by cuddlesandrage Wood Harvest Festival by Creativecodes  Moving In by Atgill Memory of a Dream by Exubiuz 


Please note: If during the Finalist judging, any one of the Semi-Finalists becomes ineligible or is disqualified under the Official Rules, the Semi-Finalist judges will replace the disqualified entry with a new selection to be considered by the final judges.
In the Merrell Diorama Contest, we challenged you to depict your favorite fall memory in a shoebox diorama. Your visions were brought to life, and beautifully so! Read on to see whose diorama made it into the top 25 Semi-Finalists!
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Mowito Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:blush:
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Aynelle Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2012  Student General Artist
I wonder who got to the finals? >_<
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Mego-Sama-Lady-Sir Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Aww what a bummer the buttons are gone ):
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Porcelainette Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Good job everyone! I wish I could have won, but there will be other contests! I'm so excited for you guys! <3
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orkitekt Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2012  Professional Artist
Which was the rule, that the buttons diorama violated?
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orkitekt Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2012  Professional Artist
Inner Juxtaposition of Memory or the so called Buttons diorama was constructed from ordinary white cardboard for the walls and glass screens for the buttons support. The glass is 4mm thick (or 0.15748 inches) . It was specially ordered and designed for 3 days in ESPEHO Glass Company in Sofia, Bulgaria. The glass screens are strong enough to play their main role: be the spine that tightens the composition into a whole immovable solid organism: [link]

This work can fly and reach each point of the world whole and unhurt.
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ninefouronesix Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I think it was the glass, it wasn't safe for shipping??? Or maybe it (the glass) wasn't made by you.

A post from Moonbeam13 on the contest article:
"Our official rules state that the entry must be a diorama in a shoebox or in a box of the dimensions of a shoebox as specified in the Construction Guidelines. Cardboard, as stated in the Construction Guidelines, refers to a material that has the properties of cardboard -- i.e., something that's lightweight and malleable yet stiff. The rules state that we accept any shoebox, even if not cardboard. We presented cardboard as a logical and relatively affordable option in the guidelines, however, we did state that all items used in the Work may originate in any medium provided the medium is safe for international transportation through the mails. After conferring with the judges, the only entry of concern involves the use of glass and we will be selecting a backup to take it's place. Thank you for your concern and feedback, this is exactly why we post semi-finalists to help us catch anything we may have missed during the gruelling task of judging"
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juliedillon Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2012
You mean, they didn't even give you an explanation for why they pulled it? That is kind of cold. :/
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pencil--head Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
he had amazing diorama...
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pencil--head Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
I mean you.
Cool idea, really.
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