* An independent artist profits from every Society6 purchase
* Designed by artist Sara Eshak
* Features the look of Pantone color swatches
In 1963, Pantone was created as a system for identifying, matching and communicating colors to solve the problems associated with producing accurate color matches in the graphic arts community. Their launch was quickly followed by the debut of their now famous book of standardized colors in fan format. Today, Pantone’s proprietary Pantone Matching System (PMS) is the gold standard in color space matching and accurately identifying the ever nuanced world of color, across a wide range of industries from fashion to printing to interior design.
Society6 Pantone iPhone Case
Drawing inspiration from Pantone, featured Society6 designer Sara Eshak, re-imagined the brand’s iconic aesthetic with this iPhone case featuring three propriety lilac shades. Each of the calming blocks of color (“December Dawn,” “Lazy Sunday”, and “California Lilac”) bring an artistic flavor to one very mundane modern necessity.
The single-piece, hard case phone cover is impact resistant with a slim profile that simply snaps on your iPhone for instant protection. And with every Society6 purchase, an independent artist like Sara profits. The company partners with hundreds of thousands of artists, graphic designer, illustrators, and painters, using their original art work and designs to liven everyday consumer goods, like this phone case. Each artist on Society6 earns a percentage of funds from purchases of products featuring their original works. You can feel good about purchasing an item that helps support up and coming artists by making their work more accessible to a wider audience and supporting their career. It’s a win-win situation for you, your phone, and the arts.