Society6 Products

Hello! So first of all, this is not a sponsored ad or anything like that. 
I just wanted to talk about the three products I have from Søciety6, an online medium that sells the artwork of hundreds of thousands of artists from around the world in the form of merchandise. Søciety6 uses the highest quality materials and ships it to the purchaser on behalf of the artist.

My iPhone 4 case is:
I am convinced this case is made of steel. It held up so much potential destruction from the amount of times I had dropped it. It is a very sturdy case and I love the design. I still use this phone as my iPod, but because of water damage, the middle button and LED light are broken, so I got a new phone with my update. 

My current iPhone 5s case is:
This is my current phone case and I am OBSESSED. I watched the Wes Anderson film The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou over winter break and really loved it. I thought getting this case would be quirky and fun! I have gotten a lot of compliments recently about how cool it is since its a painting made into a case. 

 My 15" Macbook Pro laptop skin is:
This was the first product I actually bought from Søciety6 three years ago and I was so happy and still am. The only down side is that one edge peeled a tiny bit, but not enough to really notice. I recommend if you are going to get one, get one you absolutely love because you don't want to get sick of the pattern since it's a sticker. It does say that it can come off easily; however I don't know because I never have tried. 

So what do you think of these products? Have you ever gotten a Søciety6 product? 
Let me know your thoughts!


  1. Soon, young people won't know what a vintage camera is.


  2. Thank you very much for this post! It’s really interesting!
    Fell in love with your blog! You did a great job!

    p.s. new post - how I met Victoria Beckham

    Diana Cloudlet

  3. These cases are amazing, such detail!


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