Society6s Pixar Collab Could Make Movie Fan Art Dreams Come True
Society6’s Pixar collab could make movie fan art dreams come true
If you’re a Disney and Pixar fan, or know someone who is, you certainly don’t want to miss out on Society6’s latest collaboration with Pixar. The licensed collection features fun, colorful and — dare I say it — chic home decor options from some of your
If you’re a Disney and Pixar fan, or know someone who is, you certainly don’t want to miss out on Society6’s latest collaboration with Pixar. The licensed collection features fun, colorful and — dare I say it — chic home decor options from some of your favorite films like “Monster’s Inc.,” “Toy Story,” “Ratatouille” and “Up.”
It can be hard finding cute home decor that features your favorite animated films, without looking cheesy or childish, but Society6 has certainly given Pixar fans some great options.
In celebration of some of Disney’s most popular Pixar movies, the artists-driven online marketplace debuted amazing wall art, throw pillows, mugs, throw blankets, tapestries and more that you’re bound to love.
Note: Almost every piece of art you see is most likely made in a dozen different variations: to-go mugs, shower curtains, comforters, etc.
You’ll find imagery of the iconic grape soda in “Up,” some of your most beloved “Toy Story” characters like Buzz Lightyear and Woody, framed art inspired by Ratatouille and awesome decor featuring quotes from “Monster’s Inc.”
Each piece is designed by independent artists — many of whom are massive Disney and Pixar fans in their own right — and made-to-order and, as an added bonus, every purchase made pays an artist.
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