Thursday, November 15, 2012

Presents for art-lovers

Last time, I shared poetic gifts. This time, the theme is art. I tried my best to pick things that were affordable:

Calendars/advent calendars/cards:
365 Days at the Met wall calendar ($13)
Handmade Planner/Agenda Book featuring twelve artists ($28)
Artist Trading Card 2013 Mini-Calendar ($15)
My Art Museum sticker advent calendar ($20)
Warhol: Christmas Tree advent calendar ($18)
Amy Weber's holiday cards (4/$12)
She Knitted Mufflers Endlessly by Edward Gorey holiday cards ($19)
Nuit de Noel by Henri Matisse holiday cards ($10)

Frida Kahlo, self-portrait with monkeys t-shirt, Philadelphia Museum of Art ($22)
Doodle art rain boots ($23)
Autism Awareness artisan glass pendant ($20)
Watercolor scarf ($18)
15 strand gold thread necklace, National Gallery of Art shop ($40) and a matching bracelet ($20)

Out-of-the-Ordinary prints:
Dr Who Tardis/Alice in Wonderland print ($17)
The Art of Remembering papercut print ($20)
Icarus papercut print (they also have beauty and the beast) ($19)
Heavy Things papercut print ($14)
Red-riding hood/blizzard photograph ($17)
The Proposition, surreal art for writers ($18) and Love Song print, for people who sew ($15)
Paintings on playing cards (this is an octopus) ($12)
Red Phoenix ($28)

One Sketch a Day: A Visual Journal ($16)
Let's Make Some Great Art by Marion Deuchars ($20)
Beautiful OOPS! by Barney Salzberg ($13)
Zentangle Basics: A Creative Artform Where All You Need Is Paper, Pencil, & Pen by Suzanne McNeill ($9)
1,000 Artist Trading Cards: Innovative and Inspired Mixed Media ATCs by Patricia Bolton ($19)
Can You Find It?: Search and Discover More Than 150 Details in 19 Works of Art by Judith Cressy ($12)
I Spy: An Alphabet in Art by Lucy Micklethwait ($9)

Guggenheim teapot, from the National Building Museum shop ($45)
Square glass dreidel ($25)
A beautiful tote bag from the National Gallery of Art shop ($11)
iPad Shakespeare wallpapers (5/$3)
Professor Noggin's History of Art card game ($9)
A previous post about making your own gifts


M Pax said...

Those are all such lovely things. Makes me miss the museums more [the one drawback to living in the sticks].

Harry said...

What a great selection, Tabatha.

Anything *you* might fancy? (Hint)

Tabatha said...

Sorry it took me so long to answer your lovely question! I would fancy that 365 Days at the Met wall calendar or the Heavy Things papercut print.