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18.11.15

Your new destination for art prints (and other office bits)

Am I an artist yet?
Ever since accidentally specialising in wildlife photography, I've been left with an ultimate decision. Try to get magazine-published (tried) or "stuff it" and become an artist (of sorts) and sell my work as prints. Of course, both of those options sound wonderful to me as I'd always imagined my work on glossy pages or the walls of strangers homes. (I'd settle for a coffee table book if given the chance, though.) Don't ask me why it took so long, but I was suddenly struck, with the urge to pursue the latter. After a little research into the matter, I re-discovered a magical artist haven on the web that could very well make my last dream a reality. 

And become my new favourite artistic hangout to indulge in all the creative things people have to offer. Discover new inspiration and even decor, all unique and created with love. What could be better than that?
I'm such an art geek, always have been. Seeing a community like this one just really makes me smile, and other artists can be quite supportive as well.

With that, I discovered this was the best place to go to, for any future art print purchases and other office bits too: 

Society6.


For prints. It's packed full of unique designs, illustrations and photography from an array of artists, all never before seen and hella creative. More than just quotes and words on white paper (although there is that too), there's delicately crafted portraits and gallery-worthy work designed to make any home look like Lily Van Der Woodsen's. (There I go with another GG reference.) All without being too crazily priced. Perfect for gallery walls (one of my #homegoals.) 

For office bits. For almost every art piece, there is a home decor item, adorned in that same work. How about a cool artistic blanket? Done. How about a clock? No problem. If you want some unique items to decorate your office space with, you've come to the right place. With endless options from rugs to pillows and mugs. 
There are even phone cases and laptop sleeves for all your tech-head desires. 
Honestly, I spent an entire afternoon trawling through laptop sleeves and placing them in my favourites for later. So addictive.

Don't even get me started on the leggings.

You'll feel like an art collector/curator/gallerist.  Knowing that everyone here is an artist in some way, makes you feel like you're trawling an internet art gallery. Which, you are. 
Photographers, painters, graphic designers. You name it. 

It's quality assured. What's possibly the most assuring thing, is that the finished product isn't put together by the actual artist. Why I decided to open my shop here, is because the printing process happens at the Society6 warehouse. (That way I don't have to print them and send them myself. Wink.)
The canvas mounts, the pillows, even the shower curtains are all printed and created by the hands of the S6 workers. So you won't have to worry about a shoddy print job or stitching by a lazy artist. 

Whether your supporting artists, getting some unique new home bits or just browsing, it's a great little space to get lost in. And you're bound to find something no one else has. Oh, I just love it. 


This post is not sponsored, but it is a very clever (if I do say so myself) way to plug my own work. Wink.
Photo by Sheree Grace

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1 comment:

  1. Interesting! Checking it!
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