New Artist Collaboration: in4mation x Society6 Snapback Hats
Society6 and Hawaiian mainstay brand, in4mation, are teaming up to create FIVE Limited Edition Snapback Hats with FIVE different artists. This is your chance to help spread the aloha. Artwork on longsleeve by Vincent Cousteau. BACKGROUND: in4mation's signature 'hi' hats - Hawaii's state initials - can be spotted all over the…
Six Pack: Week of April 4, 2016
This week's Six Pack features an intriguing array of narrative art from Marjanne Mars (Germany), Jeremy Hush (Philadelphia, PA), Rachel Thalia Fisher (New York, NY), May Caras (Quezon City, Philippines), Charlie Davoli (Salento, Italy) and Fioski (Melbourne, Australia). As a growing community, we appreciate every single person on the ride with us. If you like the work below, click through and give a promote. If you really dig an artist's work, follow them and stay up on your 
Keeping the Kid Alive: Inside the Cartoon Universe of Graffiti Artist and Illustrator Frenemy
The work of Kristopher Kotcher, aka Frenemy, is the kind that provokes nostalgia; back to the days of Saturday morning cartoons, comic books and imaginary friends. It's a style that's stuck with him from his childhood, and something he holds sacred: the importance of never growing up. We travelled the world over to his home in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam to learn about his rough upbringing in Texas, how overcoming…
Getting Meta with Justin Mays of maysgrafx for No. 26 Zine
The internal landscape of Justin Mays of maysgrafx is the stuff of psychedelic dreams. His work features bold colors, geometric shapes, celestial imagery and spiritual symbolism. It's striking, deep and in my opinion, makes for very dope tshirt designs. We talked to Justin about his most recent contribution…
Art History 101: Get to Know Contemporary Art
Whenever my uber-cool artist friends invite me to an art show, I find myself uttering the words "I like it. What is it?" quietly to myself. For those of us who never studied art, the art world can sometimes feel intimidating. Knowing what styles and movements informed and inspired the art you love gives it context and can make you appreciate it more. So we're breaking it down for you in a new series that explores various art movements and their impact on the art you discover, promote and purchase. To kick it off, writer
Where The Wild Things Go: Announcing Our Festival Lookbook
We packed up our VW van and set out on a road trip to the desert for our latest festival lookbook. Shop the full festival collection here. Festival Season is finally here, marking the return to warmer weather, road trips, and epic music enjoyed in the great outdoors with your favorite crew. While girls adorn their hair with flowers, and selfie sticks abound, it might be hard to stand out from the crowd (especially when you lose…
5 Essential Decor Rules for Your First Adult Apartment
Lifestyle blogger extraordinaire, Alexis Kaiser of Alternative Indigo shares her tips for decorating your first apartment. Get inspired and shop all things home here. You did it! You're adulting so hard and finally have the first real place you can call your own. Whether you're renting or owning, have roommates or live solo,…
Six Pack: Week of March 28, 2016
This week's Six Pack features art from Gabriel Isak, Kyle Cobban, Winya, Ashly Lovett, EvolveR and KUBISM. As a growing community, we appreciate every single person on the ride with us. If you like the work below, click through and give a promote. If you really dig an artist's work, follow them and stay up on your My Society feed. Feel free to add personal discoveries in the comments…
Not-So-Vanilla: Get to Know Epicly Bold Illustrator, JeezVanilla from Zine 26
When we put the call out for artist submissions for our latest Typography zine, we were excited to see how different artists would interpret their given letter. Adriana Bellet of JeezVanilla blew us out of the water (pun very much intended) with her homage to the letter "O", with a woman contemplating the reflection of the moon on a psychedelic…
Those Who Wander (Bring a Carry-All Pouch) — 5 Clever Ways to Use Carry-All Pouches
Stylist Alex Merrell packed her Carry-All Pouches for a day of painting, fortune-telling and artisanal coffee-brewing, you know, just a typical day in Los Angeles. This year, I resolved to finally get organized. I am a collector of things; I am the kind of person that checkout impulse products were made for. These things have…

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