Category: Art

Our art socks feature not just beautiful works, but also the artists who create them.

June 23, 2016

A Cut Above: Japanese Woodblock Print Socks

Japanese woodblock printing was wildly successful in both China and Japan between the 17th and 19th centuries. Similar to Western woodcutting, the Japanese version involves water-based inks rather than oil-based. This allows the prints to feature a wide variety of colors, glazes and transparencies that would not be possible with oil paint. The awesome designs you… Read More

June 21, 2016

What a Masterpiece These Socks Are!

These high-quality portrait and art socks have been some of our favorites for years now, so check out a sampling below. These beautiful and unique art socks are perfect for those on your gift list who appreciate beauty in all its forms (you know, both painting and socks). In this helpful guide, we’ve broken down the details… Read More

June 16, 2016

Picture This: Beautiful Van Gogh Art Socks

Vincent van Gogh, now just as famous for his Post-Impressionist style as he is for his unusual antics, created countless paintings and drawings worth billions of dollars today. Although van Gogh never lived to see his fame, his passion for art and his ability to innovate never faltered. Now, as a household name, his paintings… Read More

May 12, 2016

These Composer Socks Are Music to Our Feet

Like a crescendo that gives you goosebumps, these gorgeous music composer socks really transcend the normal definition of art. Take a look at the beautiful detail that renders some of the world’s finest music-makers on these socks from our composer series. Whether you’re into Bach’s Baroque or Beethoven’s pre-Romanticism, these socks will put you at the height of fashion… Read More

March 29, 2016

New JHJ Masterpiece Art and Portrait Socks

The Sock Drawer’s new Masterpiece JHJ socks features hundreds of years of history in art, politics, and entertainment. These colorful socks will remind you of everything from the Hollywood high life to the depths of war-torn France, all the way back to the Founding Fathers. Check out these unique pairs of masterpiece socks for yourself, and… Read More

March 15, 2016

New Laurel Burch Socks!

Laurel Burch’s colorful and abstract drawings are absolutely iconic, which makes her winding path to artistry all the more interesting. Starting out as a homeless teen with a severe bone disease, Burch would trade her eclectic jewelry made of bones and coins for food and housing in the Bay Area, slowly building her clientele without… Read More