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The Art of Procrastination: A Freelancer’s Journey from Panic to Done
Procrastination plagues us all, and that's especially true for freelance artists. Should we embrace it as an essential part of the journey? Or should we put off thinking about it until tomorrow? We asked New York-based writer and former editor of The Hairpin, Haley Mlotek to take us through a journey into her own psyche as she wrestles with procrastination through a series of clocks, illustrated by Society6 artist,
A Bushwick Studio Built for Besties
Inside My Studio takes us inside S6 artists' creative spaces - from tiny studio apartments to sprawling warehouse spaces, creepy basements and everywhere in between. This month, we step inside illustrator, Leah Goren's Bushwick studio and plant haven. Check out Leah's shop
This Venice Surf Shop Rejects Convention in Favor of Music, Art, and (Some) Nudity
The immediate image conjured of a Venice surf shop is not what you can expect to find at Lone Wolfs, Objets d'Surf, and co-founders Alex Kemp and Scott Brown like it that way. Striking black and white minimalism, subtle humor, nostalgia, art, music, all of these things converge in haven for surfers who see surf as apart of a greater lifestyle that's a little bit punk, irreverent and sophisticated all at once. We talk with Alex and Scott about where their design…
Six Pack: Week of April 25, 2016
This week's Six Pack features fresh art picks from Jorge Garza (Indiana, US), Rotten Fantom (Russia), Muxxi (Guatemala), Pastellish (France), Ilham Rambe (Indonesia) and Armando Bravo (Mexico). 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…
Schooool's Out: Here’s What To Do With All That Hard Earned Grad Dough
As grad season approaches, we welcome elaborate ill-conceived prom invitations and envelopes of cold hard cash from distant relatives. What to do with all that dough? Treat yo' self! Whether you're on your way to college or brushing up your resume to join the "real world" you deserve some sweet new stuff for your first dorm or apartment. We invited eternally-cool style bloggers Dani Roche of Kastor & Pollux and Alyssa Lau of
Waking Up With Creative Duo Shawn Hanna and Carly Foulkes in Their Rustic LA Digs
I Woke Up Like This examines the morning rituals of creatives. To kick it off, we find out what's for breakfast at photographers Shawn Hanna and Carly Foulke's rustic cabin-esque digs in Los Angeles. What time do you typically wake up? We're usually up around…
From Social Activism to the Selfie: A History of Modern Photography
Subtlety in the Details by Ben Zank You may not know it, but your carefully curated Instagram feed has most likely been informed by decades of photographic movements that preceded it. We asked our resident art guide, Angella d'Avignon to take us through the history of modern and contemporary…
Meet the Artist Behind Our Latest Art Quarterly Cover
The cover of our latest art quarterly features a black and white image of a woman bent backwards with electric beams that resemble crystals emanating from her body. It's the kind of image that forces you to do a double-take, rub your eyes, and examine it a little closer. It is the work of Brooklyn-based artist
Six Pack: Week of April 18, 2016
This week's Six Pack features art with a pink color story (at least a thread perhaps) from Pedro Tapa (Manila, Philippines), Baked Lab (Australia), Zansky (Sao Paulo, Brasil), Laura Beckerdite (North Carolina, US), Natte (Seattle, Washington) and Grace Milk (New York City). 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 
The S6 Art Guide: Los Angeles
Society6 is a global art and design community, so we're excited to announce the launch of our city guides: a monthly feature on a select city's art scene. This isn't your typical city guide; we go deep into emerging and lesser known art spots from a local's point of view. We kick it off in our home base of Los Angeles and we asked Ada Rajkovic of sunday los…

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