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Six Pack: Week of February 27, 2017
Our Six Pack for this week features a vivid selection of original work from Valeriya Volkova (Philaldephia, Pennsylvania), Luke Robson (Middlesbrough, United Kingdom), Jennifer McLennan (Sydney, Australia), Dezign Hero (Los Angeles, California), LouiJoverArt (Melbourne, Australia) and Shorsh (Buenos Aires, Argentina). Keep on ruling s6ers - 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…
[VIDEO] How To Hang Your Art: The Commitment-Phobe Gallery Wall
There's no doubt that gallery walls look amazing, but they also require an immense amount of precision and commitment to a specific look. If you're like me and can't draw a straight line with a ruler, creating a mini-museum in your living room might seem slightly (insanely) out of reach. Luckily we've come up with a sleek and creative way for you to get that gallery look with a much lower commitment level. Here's a step by step guide that will walk you through creating an easy, eye-catching and noncommittal gallery wall. 
Here Are Some Creative Ways You Can Promote Social Justice
Our current political world is filled with a lot of confusion and uncertainty, and while this can inevitably cause anxiety and unrest, one benefit is that many social justice and civil rights issues are being brought into the public arena. Citizens are celebrating democracy by passionately and peacefully demonstrating for the causes they believe in. We will always encourage our creative community to use their talents to speak up for the marginalized and stand up to injustices they see around the world. Here, writer…
[VIDEO] Jillian Meyers, La La Land's Assistant Choreographer, Dances Above Los Angeles
We hung out one of La La Land's choreographers and IRL dance emoji, Jillian Meyers in Griffith Park, an iconic location from the film, to learn how to dance Ryan-Gosling style. Packed with Society6 leggings for days, she performed a dance number for us to the tune of one of her favorite songs by the band Sonnymoon. Read Kira Cook's interview with Jillian where she talks about her dance career and gives us the dirt on Gosling. JK, he's a true Canadian gentleman. Check it out! I've had the pleasure of knowing the winsome Jillian for many years,…
9 Amazing Art Museums You’ve Never Heard Of
If you're unlike me and do not get the absolute MOST personal joy from being in a museum setting, you are probably a normal person (and not an aged precocious child whose idea of fun is reading ancient cultures encyclopedias). In fact, I'd go so far as to say that the majority of people find classical art museums stuffy, sculpture gardens stale, and modern art museums laughable. We can all agree to disagree, but the good news is that many museums are more than just places for people to go and get wrinkles while they pretend to be thoughtful. Writer Kira Cook has put…
This Top-Selling Artist Teaches You How To Make That Travel Money on Society6
If you've ever been on Society6 and thought to yourself, "I could make money doing that," now's your chance to give it a shot! We teamed up with our friends at Skillshare to bring you this free class taught by one of Society6's top-selling artists, Cat Coquillette. Once an S6 fan, Cat now travels the world on passive income largely generated through her Society6 shop. In fact, she's in Thailand (probably painting) as we speak. All you need to do is
Six Pack: Week of February 20, 2017
This week's Six Pack features original work from Ingrid Beddoes (Portugal), Jenny Kroik (New York City, New York), Travis Gillan (Denver, Colorado), Fet.m (New York City, New York), Retro Rudolphs (Oshawa, Canada) and Amalia RA (Medellin, Colombia). Keep on ruling s6ers - 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 
Music Writer Maya Eslami Made Us A Mixtape
If California has a leg-up on cool, music writer Maya Eslami has both feet propped up, chillin', casually and endlessly being iconic. Here, writer Nikki Volpicelli chats with Maya about the virtues of Black Sabbath, underground venues, and butts. Listen to her music picks and prepare to bulk up your record collection. "Don't think too much, just let it flow."…
Musician And Illustrator Charlie Brand On The Power Of Simplicity And iPhone Portraits
There's an ease about Charlie Brand's work that's endlessly refreshing among our over-stimulated world. Where the media batters your brain with images and information, his medium fills you with a sort-of nostalgia for your current life. Like the frozen moment of a polaroid, it's impossible not to imbue his depictions with romanticism for the captured split second. It reminds you of new friends on old couches, of tossing your keys on the counter, of forgetting to change the water…
Blank Space: How To Approach Decorating Your New Home
Moving into a brand new space feels as good as pulling the "Victorian House" card in the game of LIFE (you've got style, you've got space, you've got gables). But, once I moved out of my #tinyhousenation phase and into, you know, an APARTMENT, there were a lot of common things I couldn't wrap my brain around. For example, did you know that actually putting your bed on a so-called bed frame makes your body feel less like Quasimodo's? Neither did I! Here with some other tips for how to fill out and deck out a shiny new living space is writer, new home-owner, and…

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