Each week, our curation team has the pleasure of exploring the treasure trove of uploads from Society6 artists to find the very best from around our community.
In this digest, let us do the discovering for you as we highlight new trends and rising artists that have caught our eye.
Modern B+W Vermicular
Vermicular patterns are highly decorative patterns you often find on 18th and 19th century vintage French and English printed cotton fabrics. This highly versatile style is often used as a filler or background and characterized as irregular or labyrinth like with lines, shapes, florals and plant motifs.
Adorable, fuzzy, multi-colored balls of joy — pom-poms have been spicing up our wardrobe for generations. The word is said to have originated from the French word “pompon” during the 18th century. Fun fact: In South America, traditional garments of both men and women have been decorated with different colored pom-poms as a signal of their marital status.
From protective clothing to couture, latex has always been edgy meets high fashion with a side of delightfully tacky. Here’s a roundup of photography inspired by the fun, funky, and fabulous material with a liquid sheen and skin-tight stretch.
If you missed this internet moment, we’re sorry. (And also, where were you?!) Artists had a lot of fun playing with this viral sensation. Enjoy!