Do You Hear What I Hear? We Made A Holiday Playlist Just For You
I always want to be annoyed by Christmas music, but catch myself singing along (pretending I know Spanish words) every time I hear Feliz Navidad in the grocery store. However, variety is the pumpkin spice of life and it's nice to mix up the holiday tunes that will inevitably be pumping into your brain from Halloween until 2017. Here's a playlist of some tried and true classics, mixed with a few of our newest fa-la-la favorites. If Inde-Christmas Caroling isn't a thing, I encourage you to make it one and annoy all of your…
All I Want For Christmas: We Asked 9 Society6 Staffers What They Really, Really Want
Working at Society6 is like living inside a giant candy store if that candy were art and you loved art as much as we do. Now that we've stocked up on S6 gifts for our loved ones for the holidays, it's time to pick something extra special for our #1s: OURSELVES. I asked a few S6 team members to treat themselves to a gift for surviving the holiday season and tell us why they chose it + share a story about the worst gift they ever received.
Whoops! The Gift Guide For People You Almost Forgot
There's no worse feeling than when someone hands you a present and you have nothing to give because you've basically forgotten this person exists. I mean really, who would have thought your little brother's girlfriend-of-two-weeks would get you that Glossier set you've been dreaming of?! (Amber, if you're trying to impress me, IT'S WORKING.) Writer Kira Cook weighs in on the best things to buy people you almost…
Introducing the Pantone Color of the Year 2017: Greenery
Pantone just announced their color of the year for 2017, Greenery. Greenery is symbolic of new beginnings, and we are all about that. I mean, is 2017 here yet?? Pantone describes it as "life-affirming"and emblematic of "vitality". I think what that means is that we could all do well to take a break from our laptops and get out into nature, take a deep breath and get ready for the year…
Know Your Worth: Cat Coquillette’s Letter To Her Younger Self
Learning from our past experiences is one of the most fascinating things about being a human. When things get tough in your present life, it's so easy to be hard on yourself and forget that fact that you've always made it through, and will continue to keep going onwards and upwards towards good things. Kansas City based artist Cat Coquillette's illustrations and attitude will remind you to stay strong and look on the very brightest side of…
Six Pack: Week of December 12, 2016
This week's Six Pack includes a graphic array of contrasts from all around the globe, featuring original works from Leah Flores (Portland, Oregon), Orbon Alija (Barcelona, Spain), Andrea Ucini (Hundested, Denmark), BurtonGrayStudio (Los Angeles, California), Peter Alexandrov (Malmo, Sweden) and Hilary Tait Norod (Boston, Massachusetts). We say it and we mean it - 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 and even leave a comment. If you…
How To Build A Blanket Fort For Adults
Blanket forts aren't just for kids, they're also a totally-appropriate-not-weird-at-all indoor activity for adults! What's more fun than building a fort in your apartment? Almost nothing. We asked comedians/actors/writers: Andrew Michaan and Andree Vermeulen to show us how to…
Hate Marketing But Want Sales? Try These 3 Things
Not all marketing requires some big plan. Don't be intimidated or overwhelmed by million dollar ad campaigns. Look to your fellow artisans. Look to your fellow small business owners. In fact, some of our most commonly self-perpetuated challenges get much easier to overcome with a little education. I'll walk you through a few of those "action items" so you can go after some holiday sales before the season is over. Three things I respond to below:    - I'm…
#GiftSquads: 5 Gift Pairings Your Friends Will Actually Love
Remember those gift baskets department stores sell right before the holidays? I say this like it's a thing of the past, but I can guarantee that if you walk into a Macy's right now you'll be blinded by a gleaming cellophane pile of themed gift bunches. The idea is great in theory, but the contents are always questionable (cough, cough inspirational quote soap dish). Enter "Gift Squads", our guide to buying a bundle of gifts for one person with no wicker in sight. For The Pal On The…
Merry And Bright: S6 Artists Illustrate Their Favorite Holiday Memories
No matter where you live or how you celebrate the season, we were all once wide-eyed children anxiously awaiting the holiday traditions of our families and cultures. I'll always remember my little sister and I making orange pomanders, piercing the oily rind with pointy cloves to reveal a perfect, festive scent. So with all these warm and fuzzy memories floating around, why deny nostalgia its spotlight? We asked some S6 artists to illustrate and share some of their favorite childhood holiday memories, and the…

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