Since it's release last month, S6 artists and members have cooked up over 6,800 collections. That's with little more than a blog post worth of instruction. It's a small victory, but tells us we're heading in a great direction with the new Collections feature - and artists have really picked up on it.
So, who was this feature designed for? Artists, members, curators, art fans and brands. Also, anyone who sleeps, talks to other humans, talks to other humans in their sleep, often wears clothes, organizes their life, is a bathroom enthusiast, drinks literally anything, talks on a phone, uses a computer, spills ice cream on clothes or knows how to tell time. That's a lot of people.
Below, I dropped a handful of examples to showcase how artists are taking control of organizing their work and how they're displaying it the way they want it to be seen. Also, I've included examples of how anyone can filter an entire collection by a single product type (if available).
Leah Flores drops some life lessons and backcountry wisdoms across a variety of products in her Pacific Northwest Collection.
Andy Fairhurst put together his entire Geek Kids Collection - Stretched Canvas view.
James Soares [aka Spires] has created 28 collections from a large library of his own artwork. Check out his Popular Collection as iPhone skins.
Bangkok Bros put together a Fruity Animals Collection of pillows based on an ongoing lettered series.
Josh Ln filling out this Skulls Collection.
Georgiana Paraschiv compiled this ABSTRACT // PAINTING Collection - which looks solid as wall clocks.
Jazzberry Blue's POP SURREALISM Collection has 96 items available to view. This is just 1 of 9 collections. Shown as Framed Prints.
Elliott Burford's Trajectory Collection shows off a series of hand drawn line maps inspired by actual GPS coordinates from a series of comical activities.
Luca Massone's Fantasy cities Collection is a series in which he relies on spontaneity to guide landscape creations.
Rory Wood's top type pieces in this Typo Collection across a variety of tees.
Love me some 'deep' themes and love the look of the Stretched Canvases in my submerged Collection.
Wanna learn how to use Collections? Matt's New Feature: Collections post should get you going.
Please give us feedback in the comments if you're feeling compelled. Your input helps guide conversations we're having on this end. And of course, please share your own Collection discoveries in the comments below!