- 3D Printing Pen
The innovative 3D Printing pen brings next level doodling to the world of art. This pen is not only intriguing it is also stress relieving for every type of artist from sculptors to oil painters. 3D Printing pens are so impressive. They hold the ability to create free-standing, colored structures in the air. Plus, it won't cost you an arm and a leg.
- Monthly Boxes of Art Supplies
Consumers receiving monthly boxes of products is a growing trend that began in the beauty world and has branched out to wine, athletic apparel, and even undergarments just to name a few. The art scene is currently offering several different box options that include everything from sample products, to entire art projects. The best part is that these boxes come with the ability to customize your purchasing options which can last anywhere from a few months to an entire year. It truly is the gift that keeps on giving.
- Artist Journal
It is a myth that only writers utilize journals. All kinds of creatives utilize journals! For example painters use journals to sketch out ideas before transferring them to canvases and musicians jot down lyrics as the words flow to them randomly throughout the day. Etsy is a great marketplace to discover one of kind, handmade journals. However, journals can also be found at bookstores, art supply stores, and even your local Target.
- Workspace Organization System
It is a proven fact that each and every creative has a hoard of supplies that can often be found scattered around studios, bedrooms, and even living rooms. A great alternative to clear the clutter is a to provide a modular organized storage system that will suit their needs while tidying up their spaces. Amazon, Ikea, Etsy, and also Target once again, are great places to find storage systems/containers.
- Museum Membership
If your creative is a museum buff then they will highly appreciate not having to pay admission to their favorite gallery for a whole entire year. Additionally, memberships usually include perks not available to the open public like early admission to new exhibits and shows at no extra charge. Give your creative the gift of inspiration by allowing them to visit their favorite creatives throughout the year for free.
- Art Supply Bag
The creative in your life would truly love a bag that holds it all, from canvases to paints and everything inbetween. Allow them to experience this convenience by purchasing them a tote, case, or bag that can handle it all. The Weber Ultimate Messenger Bag or the Charlie Art Bag are two great places to start.
- Classes or Workshop
If your creative is aiming to improve and develop his or her art more professionally than sponsoring them for a class or workshop may do just the trick. The gift of knowledge is proven to last a lifetime.
- Photo Gift
Personalized photos are extremely impressive and cherished by all. On Shutterfly.com you are able to create anything from family albums to phone cases, mugs and/or blankets. Your creative however, may appreciate his or her work/design printed on one of these items. A good way to obtain a piece of art without giving away your gift idea is to steal an image from one of their social media accounts.
- Etsy Gift Card
Etsy is a marketplace chock full of creatives! And what better way to support a creative than by endorsing a creative. The art lover or artist in your life will find joy in one thing or another on Etsy as the choices are endless. On Etsy you can find anything from one of a kind jewellery to unique prints, and/or craft art supplies. While gift cards may feel less personal, I'm sure your loved one will not complain.
- Art Magazine Subscription
Art magazines offer a platform for artist to artist communication. These magazines are filled with useful tips and information about upcoming products, shows, techniques, and events. Magazines are a great way to provide your artist inspiration without an additional cost to their wallet.
- Art Smock
No creative can ever have enough artist smocks because as one gets washed, the other can take its place. Plus, you can not go wrong with a purchasing a smock as their is no added pressure that this article of clothing will be seen in public. It will only travel from the studio and back with filth packed on. Just pick out one that will make your artist smile and your gift will speak for itself.
- Book of Art
Art books and coffee table collectables are becoming a thing of beauty that is looked over all too often. Be confident in purchasing your creative a book full of creations! It is the keen eye of artists that truly hold the ability to appreciate books filled with works of art.
- Calendar of Fine Art
If you are on a strict budget then purchasing a fine art calendar will please both you and your creative. Artists must keep track of the date as they are typically on strict deadlines. Give them the gift of an exciting, eye pleasing calendar that won't bore them to death. As they mark off the date they will be reminded of why they love art so much.
- Handmade Gift
Have you ever considered giving your creative a piece of your own artwork or a handmade goodie. It is no secret that creatives love creations. Why not try to make your own work of art this holiday season.