Announcing Our New iPhone 7 Cases
The future is here! We're so excited to announce that our new iPhone 7 cases are now available for pre-sale.  The iPhone 7 cases will be available in Slim, Tough, and Adventure. The iPhone 7 Plus cases will be available in our Slim and Tough options.  Artists! If you're already selling Phone Cases, the iPhone 7…
Be The Most Chill: Hanging With Illustrator Jamie Browne
Aussie artist Jamie Browne is the captain of cool. His beachy designs are the great escape, immediately inciting daydreams of coconut sunscreen and ocean-front bars. We checked in with Jamie to chat about his top influences, favorite projects, and how dumb jokes are totally his style. 1. Your work is so obviously influenced by California, but you're originally from Australia. What brought you here? What is it about California that you…
Eyes Up Here: 5 Tips For Turning A Gallery Wall Into A Focal Point
Have you ever had so many favorites it's hard to choose just one? Whether it's favorite ice creams, favorite blogs, or favorite Rihanna tweets, it can be overwhelming to feel the need to narrow down. Thankfully, when it comes to decorating, the gallery wall is the perfect option for those of us who are decision-challenged. In fact, the gallery-wall-goal is to showcase your aesthetic with as many pieces as possible! Here, the creator of Headed…
Never Grow Up: 5 Ways To Embrace Your Inner 90’s Kid
Nostalgia is always trending. Music, fashion, and art always come back around to reference trends from the not-so-distant past. And from the genius that is Stranger Things to the resurgence of the Pokemon craze, our favorite childhood pastimes are popular again and cooler than ever. We asked photographer Richard Ross to throw it way back to the 90's and let his childhood habits dictate his grown-up plans (which are totally all that and a bag of chips). What…
The S6 Art Guide: Berlin
The city of Berlin is proof that creativity can often rise from tragedy. After being torn apart after World War II and literally divided throughout most of the twentieth century, Berlin has been making up for lost time. Join incredible entrepreneur and publisher Ricarda Messner as she takes us on a tour of the coolest art-spots in her home town.  This is not new news, but Berlin has been making a name for…
Dreams On Display: Artist and Curator Nathan Spoor On His Latest Exhibit
Dan May One of the coolest things about Society6 is that so many members of our community are not only making waves online, but in the IRL art world as well. Currently we are so stoked for our resident curator Nathan Spoor who organized and is participating in a month-long exhibit for Spoke…
Artist Bianca Green On How To Lean Way In And Become Your Own #LadyBoss
One look at Bianca Green's playful work and it's obvious the lady knows how to dream. However, it's not all wanderlust and reverie, Bianca is an expert at turning those dreams into the realest of realities. She's a highly prolific creative force who has carved out a way to turn her artistic passions into an incredibly successful small business. Here, she tells us about the necessity of pushing through challenges and "what you do all day" when you're in the business of…
Your Monthly Horoscope: September 2016
It's that time of year again! September somehow always feels like Baby New Year's half birthday, a time of almost-new beginnings as we go back to school, stop wearing white, and start mentally preparing for Halloween decorations to yell at us in…
Six Pack: Week of August 29, 2016
This week's Six Pack features some rather surreal imaginings from Gry Valand (Haugesund, Norway), Doug Smock (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), RoDanvers (Budapest, Hungary), Freja Linnea Wilhelmsson (Stockholm, Sweden), Saddo (Brasov, Romania) and Diana Barbu (Bucharest, Romania). 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 
Sacred Summer Camp: Our Favorite Artist Residency Programs
Although it can sometimes feel like the establishment overlooks artistic endeavors, artist residencies are a great reminder of the amazing organizations in America that truly validate and foster the arts. Residencies provide a sanctified space for artists (alone or in a collective) to channel their creativity in a safe, supportive, and inspiring environment. They're also really effing cool! Here, writer Angella D'Avignon gives us her picks for…

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