Pride 2022 Artist Collaboration
Society6 has collaborated with 4 LGBTQIA+ artists to create an exclusive collection of products in celebration of Pride Month 2022. Shanée Benjamin, Lily Fulop, ggggrimes, and Mich Miller have each created an original artwork inspired by what Pride means to them. The artwork is available for purchase for a limited time on art prints, posters, tapestries, t-shirts, crewnecks, tote bags, fanny packs, mugs, water bottles, stickers, and phone cases.
A portion of sales from our Pride Collection proudly supports Queer|Art—an artist-led and artist-centered organization, connecting and empowering LGBTQIA+ artists at all levels of their careers.
Meet the Artists
Shanée Benjamin is a Black, queer Art Director and Illustration Artist based in Brooklyn. Her work is inspired by bold colors, Black joy and the vibrancy of her hometown. She specializes in branding and creating authentic, feminine, millennial content.
Lily Fulop is a queer multidisciplinary artist and designer currently based in Chicago. She works in illustration, traditional painting and loves mixing digital and analogue media to create interesting textures. Her work is characterized by a bold use of color, pattern, texture, and she finds inspiration in diverse mediums such as quilting, folk art and mid-century design.
Philadelphia-based Gabriella Grimes is a 27-year-old Black queer artist from the Bronx, NY. Under the handle ggggrimes, they create vibrant paintings of queer people of color living happy, beautiful, sexy lives!
Los Angeles-based Mich Miller is a painter, printmaker, muralist and installation artist committed to abstraction and investment in color theory, printmaking, painting, graphic design, queer histories and queer theory. Mich's suggestive forms, in relation to hard-edged geometric abstraction, continue to develop a vocabulary of shapes and color relationships — referential to landscape, architecture, the body, light, in between spaces, earth, and the universe.