|Written by Christin Miller on Monday, March 26, 2012|
|iPhone Chic from Society 6|
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As some of you know, I have become completely obcessed with Pinterest over the last few months. It is such a visually inspiring website, that I can easily immerse myself for hours at a time. However, I have also discovered several new artists, designers, and products that I am excited to share with you.
One of my recent Pinterest finds is a website called Society 6. Society 6 offers a variety of products featuring designs by thousands of artists from around the world. Artists are able to join Society 6 as a member and download their artwork to be sold as art prints and stretched canvases, as well as iPhone hard cases, laptop and iPad Skins, iPhone and iPod skins, t-shirts, hoodies, and stationery. The artists are paid for each item sold, and consumers have the opportunity to browse through thousands of unique designs for each product category.
I happened to see an Aztec inspired iPhone case on Pinterest that I thought was very attractive. I will be buying a new phone soon, so I clicked through to the Society 6 website to see their other designs for iPhone cases. Needless to say, I was completely blown away! I have never seen so many well designed iPhone cases in one place! They have thousands of cases and there is something for every style and taste.
I have an affinity for Native American inspired designs, and Society 6 has several different iPhone cases in a variety of color palettes. My favorite is the "Akela" iPhone Case by Kei (left, $35). I love the rich, bold colors and patterns of this case! If you are drawn to beautiful landscapes, how about the "Where the Air is Good" iPhone Case by Mark Nelson (center, $35). I would enjoy looking at this lovely scene every day. Feathers have also been a popular design motif recently, and the "Wild" iPhone Case by Charlene McCoy is visually striking (right, $35). The colors and patterns in the feathers are gorgeous.
Although the Society 6 website has thousands of wonderful designs available for their products, I noticed that they could use more Western inspired designs. I saw very few equine or wildlife designs, and it would be nice to see more beautiful Western landscapes. If you are an artist, designer or photographer who specializes in Western themes, you may want to visit the Society 6 website for more information regarding becoming a member.
I will definitely purchase at least one or two iPhone cases from Society 6 once I have my new phone. Why don't you head over to the Society 6 website to see all the wonderful iPhone case designs they have to offer. You will not be disappointed! Don't forget that they have laptop, iPad and iPod skins as well!