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Delta Spirit's Jon Jameson on the Art of Being a Dad and an Artist
Jon Jameson is best known as the bassist for epicly cool rock band, Delta Spirit, but in recent years he's added "dad" to his resume. As a special Father's Day edition of our series, I Woke Up Like This, we hung out with Jon and his son, Henry on a weekday morning in their LA home…
Six Pack: Week of June 6, 2016
This week's Six Pack brings us a fresh batch of art from Robin Eisenberg (Los Angeles, California), Thoka Maer (New York City, New York), Donya Todd (Cornwall, England), Chyworks (Petaling Jaya, Malaysia), Elena Kulikova (Los Angeles, California) and Federica Ubaldo (Milan, Italy). 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 
4 Simple Ways To Maximize A Small Space
Got a small space and some big dreams? Whether you're decorating your dorm, high-rise studio, or a tiny house (which is very trendy of you, by the way) interior stylist and blogger Kirstin Grove of Simply Grove shows us how to maximize every square inch of even the most fun-sized digs. Not only has small-space living become quite a trend, it's also becoming a necessity for many urban dwellers. While some may choose to…
Your Monthly Horoscope: June, 2016
What's in the cards for you this month? We asked Angie Banicki, Hollywood's top tarot reader and self proclaimed "explorer of the soul" to share her insights with us on what's to come. Her unique blend of tarot, astrology and epic Spotify playlists will help guide you through a breezy June ahead along with illustrations by Sara Maese. Take that,…
Behind the Mask: Lord of Masks on Mythology, The Occult and Fantasy
Through both traditional printmaking and contemporary digital techniques, Ithaca based artist Camille Chew (Lord of Masks), leads us into her fantastical universe filled with a cast of masked witches, demons and deities, and a whole host of celestial curiosities. Inspired by mythology, the occult and all things magical, Camille conjures up intriguing…
Poolside Reading: A History of West Coast Art
California has long been the land of coastline and sunshine, but it's a relatively new player in the art world. The mid-twentieth century put the golden state on the creative map and the world finally got a taste of west-coast-cool. However, it's not all palm trees, beaches, and babes - let writer and California girl Angella D'Avignon walk you through the history of west coast art. Did you know Andy Warhol's first solo show…
Six Pack: Week of May 30, 2016
This week's Six Pack brings us a fresh batch of art from Ahmad Mujib (Surabaya, Indonesia), Badponies (Chicago, Illinois), Haesmuri Lee (Los Angeles, California), Deborah Stevenson Collage Art (Brooklyn, New York), Ophelie Rondeau (London, England) and Brandon Keehner (Flemington, New Jersey). 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 
Grabbing a Burger with Musician Michael Rault
In celebration of National Burger Day on May 28th, we grabbed a burger with our friend and artist Michael Rault in Montreal, Canada to learn a little bit about the local creative community, his music and what he looks like in cartoon form. Hi Michael, where are we? Nouveau Systeme - it's a dinner in Montreal on Beaubien. My landlord owns it. You're…
Art in the Wild: A Photo Essay
Photographer Rosanna Peng took some of her favorite Society6 designs and brought them into the wild, capturing them in different environments to reveal that sometimes life imitates art. She shares her photo essay with us, below. Find your own wild with a nature-inspired product of your own.  Clouds
Should You Go To Art School? We Asked 8 Experts To Weigh In
Nearly every artist confronts the Big Question: should I go to art school? For some, the answer is obvious; for others, it's a nebulous question mark filled with self-doubt, researching and a little bit of faith. What makes the decision more complicated is that art is so deeply personal and subjective that what works for one artist might not work for another. Nevermind the financial constraints, creative limitations, and time commitment. However you look at it, the stakes feel high. So, how do you decide what's right for you and your craft? What path will you choose? Writer

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