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After seeing a quick glimpse of Soceity6 on Ardor recently, I wanted to find out more. The company sells artwork from thousands of artists across the globe. Although there are multiple sites out there like this, I really like that Society6 takes the piece of art you like and can make it into a bunch of different products. Including: stretched canvases, hoodies, t-shirts, iPod and iPhone skins, Laptop and iPad skins, and what I’m featuring today, iPhone cases. I personally feel like the prices are very reasonable and I love that they give different size options for art prints. Unfortunately they don’t have any products in the way of cases for Android phones.

I’ve got a little eye candy (or should I say iCandy…hehe) for you all. Here’s my favorite iPhone cases from Society6 and I’m really wanting to get a couple of them as a new laptop skin. Just click on the image to be taken to the listing.

Cloudscape by Tchmo

ókshirahm sky mandala by Peter Patrick Barreda

Floral Bird by Frank Vice

Pixel by Goncalo Viana

Corteo by Nuria Mora

 

***Also, I just like Society6 and I’m not receiving any money from them for this post.

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One response to “Soceity6: iPhone cases and more”

  1. […] the real wood veils that Jess featured in December and I still really like the ones featured from Society6 last summer. So finally, I’m getting to chose one. ShareEmailTumblrFacebook #Alice Rebecca […]

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