02.06.09 by Jeff

Society6 / Grants!

I just found out about Society6 and I wanted to make sure you guys knew about it too!

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Society6 is teaming up with companies to provide grants for creative people! Want a feature in Faesthetic Magazine? $1000 from New Venture Studios? How about the opportunity to have your work promoted by youworkforthem? Take a peek at their grants section!








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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • artists need all the support they can get, this is great to see!

  • pedro freenandes

    got inside this. looks cool an quite useful to me. i need work!

  • Thanks for posting this Jeff!

  • Nice I’m totally gonna apply. Saw APAK applied they’re amazing.





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