Society6 Special: Free Shipping for Independents’ Artwork

Society6 is a great site that allows independent artists and photographers to sell their work to a greater audience. It’s a California-based company founded by Justin Cooper, Lucas Tirigall-Caste and Justin Wills, and features the work of hundreds of thousands of artists from around the world.

Our contributing editor P.L. Miller has some work there, and through this weekend you can get free worldwide shipping on any art print ordered from their site. All art prints are made on 100% cotton rag archival paper using an advanced digital dry ink method to ensure vibrant image quality.

Use this link and go browse. We guarantee you’ll find something on the site to intrigue and inspire you.

Free worldwide shipping is good through midnight (PDT), Sunday, March 17, 2013.

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The Speaking Stones

Speaking Stone 4387

Speaking Stone 4387


Here’s an image from one of our favorite photographers, Nez. This shot is part of a series entitled “The Speaking Stones.” These stones surround a dam and are striking for their patterns and textures. To see more, check out the entire folio at Nez: Folio 2: The Speaking Stones.

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The Missing Neuropsychologist

by K.C. Collins

When they were seven
the twins put a quart of ice cream into the dishwasher
and dirty dishes into the freezer;
a flower bouquet into the clothes hamper
and muddy smocks on the kitchen table.
The grown-ups said they were
a little slow.

When they were seventy
the twins peed in their beds
and slept in their bathrooms;
tossed greeting cards from family into wastebaskets
while taping the envelopes to their mirrors.
The doctors said they had
dementia.

I suppose
that during the sixty-three years in between
when they planted flowers in mailboxes
and deposited letters in watering cans,
left their shoes in bathtubs
and took baths on the front porch,
during that time
I suppose
they were just
bat-crap crazy.


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