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The unique and affordable way to design your everyday with art you love.
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Society6 Apr 11
🌟Introducing your newest art obsession, MINI PRINTS!🌟 Framed or unframed, they are the perfect buddy for your desk, dresser or that massive collage that you've been dying to put together above your bed. Add an extra bit of cuteness to your life!
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Society6 Apr 9
🌴GIVEAWAY ALERT!!🌴 Wanna win a dream vacay to Bali? We teamed up with , and to give you a 3 night stay in a gorgeous villa, airfare and some spending money to Luck and Society6 Enter and start planning what to pack. 😎
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Society6 Apr 9
“Now On View” is Texas-bred, Brooklyn-based visual designer and illustrator Bria Benjamin who creates pictures of (and for) women of color whose strength exists in their softness. Get to know Bria and the women in her work now:
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Society6 Apr 8
Today we launch Power Mamas! This collection celebrates 11 of our favorite female founders for their leadership and creativity—as they balance the difficulties of entrepreneurship with raising the next generation. See all 11 designs here:
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Society6 Apr 4
“Now on View” is Sydney-based, “anti-Photoshop” artist Miranda Lorikeet who draws naked ladies and landscapes and Microsoft Paint. (Yes, THAT Microsoft Paint.) So, go on. Get lost—in her work.
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Society6 Apr 3
It's officially spring which means one thing, SPRING REFRESH! And what better room to start off in, than your bedroom?! To help you create the perfect oasis we're giving you 30% off bedding and wall art through 11:59p PST! Check it out here:
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Society6 Apr 2
“Now On View” is South Korean “self-taught creator” Jee Won Park, who uses both natural light and Photoshop to make soothing artworks and calls nature her main source of inspiration—“especially the sun, the moon, water, flowers, crystals and bubbles.”
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Society6 Mar 28
We teamed up with to turn our artists' illustrations into wearable art! Swipe to check out exclusive designs from Lorien Stern, Matthew Taylor Wilson, Stephanie DeAngelis and Tasiania. See 'em all here:
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Society6 Mar 28
“Now On View” is Perth-based illustrator Jessie Chen who, as an admitted "chronic multitasker," tends to pick up new projects “without ever having the intention of finishing anything.” But she still manages to create these bold and eye-catching works.
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Society6 Mar 26
“Now On View” is artist Robin Eisenberg who creates confident and neon-colored goddesses from outer galaxies, mystic mamas, otherworldly women. She hopes her work makes “other people feel good about being who they are.”
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Society6 Mar 22
Fanny packs are here—just in time for festival season! We haven't been this excited for a new lineup announcement since at .
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Society6 Mar 21
"Now On View” is SF-based digital artist and photographer Ted Chin who can count Apple and Puma among his clients, and often uses Photoshop to manipulate images of animals and the outdoors. Go on, step into his altered environments and get to know his art.
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Society6 Mar 20
Forget Spring Cleaning: Here's How to Embrace Maximalism | Stacey Blake’s home is playfully pigmented and wildly sophisticated, so we asked the design blogger to offer some tips on how to confidently and colorfully express ourselves in our own spaces, too.
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Society6 Mar 19
"Now On View" is Slovenia-based artist Alja Horvat who loves to work with both graphics and gouache, and says her whimsical illustrations of women are open to interpretation. So, S6ers, what do these mean to YOU? Get to know Alja and her art.
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Society6 Mar 18
Each week, a Society6 staff member shares six pieces that moved them or made them laugh. Here's what caught the eye of our Graphic Designer, Avalon.
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Society6 Mar 14
“Now on View” is Céleste Wallaert, a Paris-based mom, illustrator, and designer of graphics and fashion textiles who creates because she likes to represent women—proud ones, free ones. Get to know Wallaert and her charismatic subject.
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Society6 Mar 13
We noticed too!
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Society6 Mar 13
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Society6 Mar 12
It's no secret that we're HUGE fans of the line art trend and Apartment Therapy nailed it with this article.
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Society6 Mar 12
“Now On View” is California-based graphic and fine artist Ben Kwok whose ornate illustrations—mostly of animals—can take approximately 24-40 hours to complete. Get to know him and his work.
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