Gift Guide for Art Lovers

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Are you tired of always having to think of gifts to buy your friends and loved ones?

Perhaps there are some people in your life where finding a gift to buy can be extremely hard. Finding gifts for art lovers can sometimes be a challenge because you want to give them something they will appreciate. If you are not familiar with art yourself, you may have a difficult time stepping into their shoes and knowing what they will appreciate.

We all have a few of those friends who are avid art lovers and if you are having some trouble picking out things for these friends, here are some creative suggestions that anyone will enjoy.

Timesphere Clock MoMA

Timesphere Clock

This sleek, modern clock with “MoMA” printed in the front center is the perfect gift to give your art loving friends. The minimalist design works in relation to its function and the clock can be seen as a work of art in a home. The most intriguing component of it is how the red ball appears to float around the clock to tell time.

MoMA Scribble Doodle Placemats

MoMA Scribble and Doodles Placemats

These MoMA placemats can be given in good humor but also serve a great purpose. The simple yet fun design of doodles on a table will be greatly appreciated by your art lover friend. You can choose from “scribbles” or “doodles” or a combination of both. The black color will match any table and they are easily washed by hand.

History of Art Coasters

History of Art Coasters

The perfect gift to those people who may always be talking about successful artists in their free time, the History of Art Coasters is a part of the MoMA Store design and mimics the style of six famous Artists: Dali, Monet, Picasso, Pollock, Rothko, and Warhol. Any art lover will find these coasters both humorous and useful in their home. It will also be an excellent conversation starter for them in the future.

Spring Pencil Cup Holder

Spring Pencil Cup Holder

A great gift to give a coworker or school friend, this Pencil Cup Holder not only serves a great purpose but also looks elegant in doing so. Your artistic friends might be slightly creative and messy, so what better gift to give them than a pencil holder to store all their markers, pens, and pencils. The holder was designed by Hiromitsu Kaedeoka for the Museum of Modern Art! and the design is based on the energy of a spring unleashing its power into the air.

These ideas are all perfect for the modern home, and are also useful so that your gift will be properly used and not sit in a box for years to come!

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