The Society6 Community is a place for artists to create, inspire, learn and grow. With over 350,000 independent artists, our community features creatives from across the world with designs and artistic styles as diverse as the countries they represent.
Get to Know Our Artists
"The Society6 artist community is a one-stop shop for inspiration."
Maia Faddoul is a first generation Canadian, working as an illustrator and designer in Montreal. She loves creating empowering, bright and colorful imagery, often with an important message.
Camila Rosa is a freelance illustrator and visual artist from Brazil who got her start through a female street art collective. Her work translates women from an alternative perspective and seeks to approach political themes as a means for social change. Camila's use of bold lines, bright colors and larger than life shapes is heavily influenced by the underground punk scene.
Rhianna Marie Chan
Rhianna is an illustrator and graphic designer based in Austin, TX. Her art career began as a happy accident after quitting a job in the film industry. She taught herself lettering and graphic design as a form of therapy, then slowly started selling her work and the rest is history! Rhianna’s work focuses on representation, positive messaging and lots of color.
Chris Schoonover is a photographer and director based in Brooklyn, NY. While working as a graphic designer, he started taking photos to post on Instagram in his spare time. As his career grew and he began to get commercial work from large companies, Chris was able to leave his graphic design job and go all in on photography and directorial work. Chris has done work for Givenchy, Calvin Klein, and Dua Lipa among others.
"For artists to have their work in people's homes is an incredible feeling."
Derrick Lin is a photographer and advertising strategist originally from Taiwan but currently living in Seattle. His photographs capture life-like miniature scenes using collected props and figurines.
Ariel Sinha is a self-taught illustrator and designer based in Chicago. Her artistic style is bright and celebratory. In particular, she likes to put womxn and non-binary people at the center of her work and illustrate the beauty and power of representation. Ariel wants everyone, especially marginalized folx, to see themselves reflected in her work.
Loveis Wise is a freelance illustrator based in Los Angeles. Their work depicts feminist themes, bold, saturated colors and figures in movement. Loveis has worked with a long list of clients including The New Yorker, Google, Harper Collins and Instagram.
Sophie Corrigan is an illustrator and children’s book author living in Lancashire, England. Her work is playful, sweet and features endless adorable creatures. When Sophie isn’t working in her studio, which happens to be above her family’s former sweet shop, you can find her eating vegetarian food, watching nature shows and spending time with her pet cockatiels.
"From the comfort of my home I could still create things and get them out to my customers."
Sabrena Khadija is a New York based visual artist working in digital illustration, design, screen printing and risograph mediums. As an artist and woman of color, she focuses on providing visibility to women who identify with that as well, creating playful portraits of those who are most often underrepresented in the world around us.
Megan Galante is an illustrator and textile designer splitting her time between Brooklyn and the Hudson Valley. After studying painting at The Fashion Institute of Technology, she entered into the home textile industry in order to combine her talents and training with her love for interiors. Megan’s work ranges from textile and surface design to minimalist figurative paintings.
Willian Santiago is an illustrator based in Brazil. His work pays homage to the lush, plant-filled landscapes he was surrounded by while growing up. Willian’s creations incorporate a mix of saturated colors, fashion design and floral elements.
Ana Leovy is a Mexico City-based painter who finds beauty in distortion and aims to celebrate diversity and female empowerment by depicting fashionistas in all shapes and forms. Ana’s use of vivid color is a signature of her work – selecting the color palette is her favorite part of the creative process.
"When you're exposed to so many great artists you get naturally inspired."
Maggie Stephenson is a self-taught artist and illustrator born in Poland and raised in Germany. Her art is heavily influenced by her travels and European upbringing, combining rich textures and vibrant colors. Maggie currently resides in Florida.
Matthew Taylor Wilson
Matthew Taylor Wilson is an illustrator and designer based in Kentucky who specializes in quirky hand drawn lettering and patterns. His style ranges from punk rock lettering to motivational sayings in bright color palettes. When Matthew isn’t working, he can be found spending time at home with his wife, two kids and three dogs.
Graphic designer and teaching artist Mindy Lee (aka Happyminders) describes her art as for “the weird and curious,” an intersection that Mindy identifies with herself. Inspired to pursue her artistry in a more authentic way by her son, who has been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Mindy aims to dig deeper into why we are the way we are as humans and to create works that people enjoy along the way.
Graphic designer and illustrator Julia Walck’s work is all about fun. From rainbow-colored hand drawn typography to vintage collages, her pieces celebrate bold colors, good music and a love of all things retro.
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