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Creating Without Fear: Inside The Studio Of Illustrator Keith Negley
Keith Negley is the kind of person who is impossible not to admire. He's incredibly skilled, highly creative, and (for lack of a better word) real. His illustrations lack pretension, but never precision, making them as endlessly relatable as they are visually compelling. He's created work for everyone from The New York Times to SubPop to the toughest client, his own son. I had the opportunity to talk to…
This Winter Love Affair Will Help You Stay Warm In Style
Getting to January feels like finishing a marathon. And THEN you realize that even though the "marathon" of the previous year is over, you still have at least three more months until anything feels truly new. Winter is cruel that way, but it can be tempered by knowing that you've got a few more dreamy nights by the fire with hot toddies and old movies. And if you've got someone to share the season with, even better! Stylist Ana Alic…
Breaking Open Femininity With NY Illustrator Amber Vittoria
Women have long been portrayed in art as the lover, the muse, the mother, but rarely as just women. Possibly because there is no such thing as "just" a woman; she is complex, enigmatic, multi-faceted, everything all at once. New York City based illustrator Amber Vittoria, seeks to wrap her mind around all parts of herself and her amorphous gender, embracing the female longing to understand, to accept, to celebrate. Like Picasso in his famed
The Snuggle Is Real: Get To Know Our Throw Blankets
We're feeling extra cozy these days and are on a mission to ensure that you do too. That's why were giving you a detailed look at one of our essential items: the throw blanket.  The first thing you'll notice is the softness. That's Sherpa fleece - a soft, plush polyester blend fabric designed to feel and look like sheepskin. It's warm enough to line the jackets of mountain explorers, yet super…
Six Pack: Week of January 9, 2017
This week's Six Pack includes a darker yet often playful tone of original work from The Junkers (Italy), Roxane Dewar Illustration (Brighton, United Kingdom), Beth Hoeckel (Baltimore, Maryland), Agne Matulionyte (Lithuania), Allyn Scherr (New York City, New York), and Marko Koeppe (Berlin, Germany). 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…
DIY Guide: 3 Easy Ways To Hang A Wall Tapestry
You've picked out the perfect wall tapestry, you've cleared a spot on your wall, and then you have literally no idea what to do next. How do you get that beautiful drape from your hands to the wall so can have your insta-worthy moment beneath it? We're here to answer your SOS! Here's a step by step guide to three easy and creative ways to hang that baby up. Have more ingenious ways to decorate with wall tapestries? Comment…
At Arm's Length: A Fascinating New Timelapse of Lek Chan's Latest Creation
Something about the arresting digital portraits of Kuala Lumpur based artist, Lek Chan, will have you in total self-reflection mode. Most of his paintings, on some level, seems to encourage a separation from self before you're able to engage an inner dialogue. It's beautiful work and you'll know what I mean when you see this timelapse. This is the creative process of his latest piece "One One". When you're done with the vid, read about how a close family member's battle with depression inspired the piece.
#ArtGoals: Artists On New Year's Resolutions and How To Stick To 'Em
LordofMasks - Seek Now that 2017 is in full swing, many artists are thinking about what they want to achieve with their creative businesses in the new year. To give you some inspiration, writer Angella D'Avignon asked a handful of artists how they approach setting their own resolutions…
Your Monthly Horoscope: January, 2017
Happy New Year, all! Find out what the cards have in store for you in 2017 with insights from Angie Banicki, Hollywood's top tarot reader, along with amazing illustrations from Society6 artist Amber…
An Introvert's Guide To Celebrating NYE Without Getting Noticed
The holidays can be tough for people who, well, don't like people. OKAY maybe that's a little harsh, you love people, but eating cookies indoors with them for over a week can bring on some serious stress. And just when you think the obligatory holiday activities are coming to an end, bang! New Years Eve arrives. Potentially the most FOMO-inducing holiday of them all, NYE is a time when the pressure to be dressed up and fun is at an all time high. So introverts, I've put together some tips, illustrated by

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