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Soul On View: What Aura Photography Reveals About Your True Self
You've most likely seen the photos, those tiny polaroids with a big impact. Each is a not-quite portrait, the vivid and bleeding colors reveal not just the physical features, but the aura (essentially your spirit, dip-dyed). Gospel to many, beautiful nonsense to some, aura photography is an incredibly unique and intriguing way to capture the self. We were able to chat with Michael Walker who, with his wife Sharon, make Halo Auragraphic, a traveling photo studio that…
Change Your Views: We're Launching Window Curtains
Vintage Garden If you're looking for a truly instant way to change a room for the better, you've come to the right place. We're releasing brand new window curtains, and their amazing color, bold designs and top-notch quality will transform how you see your space. Each panel is 50 inches x 84 inches…
Enigmatic Expression: How Painter Meredith Marsone Captures What It Means To Be Human
Meredith Marsone's oil paintings have a haunting familiarity. It's hard not to see yourself reflected in each eye, lip, and hand. Working in traditional oils, her abstracted photo-realistic depictions express a swath of emotions and human experiences in a subtle and mysterious way.  Read on to find out more about her process of perseverance and deep love for Klimt. Does living in New Zealand inspire you or does the insane beauty become banal…
Go Inside A Top Miami Hotel With Interior Designer Lauren Borisoff
Think of a space that felt magical to you: a place where the light seemed to glow, the colors played in harmony and the details felt incredibly personal, yet completely welcoming. This place was thoughtfully planned out by an interior designer for that exact purpose, making you feel really, really good. Lauren Borisoff is a master at this task, she's planned interiors for everything from private residences to urban restaurants. Here, we chat with Lauren about her love for furniture, food, and fashion alongside photos of some of her work (and ours!) in the
It Takes Two: How These Roommates Create A Co-Curated Home
It's no news that living with roommates is a balancing act. Even tricker? Decorating a space with them. When you bring together different tastes, different objects and different egos you're bound to run up against some friendly friction. That is unless you're Melina Bishop and 
Off The Grid: I Spent 3 Days Without Social Media And This Is What Happened
Do you remember life before social media? Even though it's a relatively recent cultural addition, chances are you might not, and therein lies its power. According to this infographic, we'll spend more time on social media in our lifetime than we will eating and socializing combined. And while the addicting draw of social platforms…
Six Pack: Week of April 17, 2017
This week's Six Pack features fresh original work from Helo Birdie (Auckland, New Zealand), Wilmer Murillo (Tegucigalpa, Honduras), Cassia Beck (Brighton, United Kingdom), The Child (Virginia, United States), Tobe Fonseca (Sao Francisco de Paula, Brazil) and Huebucket (Bangkok, Thailand). Rock on fearless s6ers - as a growing community, we are continually inspired by your efforts and 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…
New Artist Studio Improvements
Hi S6ers, My name is Matt Li, and I am your product manager here at Society6. That means I work with engineers and designers to build features specifically for artists within the website. As you know, last fall we underwent a major overhaul of our upload system. Today, I'd like to give an update on some enhancements we've launched that make it easier to stay organized and edit your posts.   Artwork Management Page Redesign The overall design of the…
Six Pack: Week of April 10, 2017
This week's Six Pack features fresh original work from Rachel Caldwell (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Coraline Danthez (Paris, France), Matthew Korbel-Bowers (Portland, Oregon), NATTSKIFTET (Stockholm, Sweden), Sarah Maxwell (Paris, France) and James Green (Sydney, Australia). Rock on fearless s6ers - as a growing community, we are continually inspired by your efforts and 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…
The Founder of Ladies Get Paid On How Creative Freelancers Can Talk Money
Lucia Orlandi To honor Equal Pay Day, we invited Claire Wasserman, founder of Ladies Get Paid to give us a few tips on how to negotiate fair pay as a creative freelancer. Sometimes figuring out what you're worth as a creative can…

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