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Society6 Prints // A Roundup

I’ve been dabbling with Society6 art prints & products for 6 or 8 months now, and as with anything, there are prints I’ve come to love & ones I wish were better. These are some of my newbies from my shop. All are available for sale.

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Society6 Finds

In a matter of weeks, I am l-o-v-ing Society6. The site gives designers, artists, and illustrators a platform for selling their prints + products without having to produce + ship them.

I already dove in and put up a bunch of designs, available for purchase as art prints (some framed), stationery, iPhone cases, t-shirts, pillows, and so forth.

But today, I want to share with you some of the breathtaking and inspiring artwork I’ve found while scanning the site. Links to the work for purchase are below, too.

society6 finds1) We’re Only Young Once by Laura Ruth
2) breaktime by Dibec
3) Further Away by Dibec
4) Meet Me In San Francisco by Laura Ruth
5) Splat by Jenny Liz Rome
6) Out Of All Them Bright Stars II by Hyein Lee
7) Take A Deep Breath by Dan Elijah G. Fajardo
8) Hope Anchor by Ryan Johnson
9) Ferris Wheel by Cassia Beck
10) Blue Autumn, Pink Leaves on Blue, Turquoise, Green, Aqua Sky by Andrea Caroline
11) Misty Road by Alyssa Ott Photography & Design
12) Nothing Compares by Justjeff

Art Prints

I have fallen in love with graphic design. If was bound to happen, the next step in a long line of nostalgic photo collages + scrapbook pages + Xanga icons I designed (and will cringe at forever) as an angsty teenager, fit to ride around with my sunroof open and my wannabe alternative music blaring through the speakers.

A while back, I joined Society6, but it has taken me until now to actually post anything for sale. I’ve got two art prints available now, one an ocean shot from my stay in Ft. Lauderdale and one an illustration of a girl, inspired by this blog post about losing a dad.

You can also grab them in stretched canvases, stationery cards, iPod and iPhone skins and framed art prints, which makes me giddy with excitement.

(I was, after all, the girl who was raised to buy the same shirt in 4 colors if I liked how it looked on me and it was priced well. So leave it to me to want to give you options.)

I hope you’ll hop over + at least check them out, maybe share with a friend or give it a thumbs up/heart/favorite/like (whatever they call it). I’d appreciate the encouragement, if nothing else.