- Artsy Geometric Coasters
- Great Nudes Mug
- Water Color iPhone Case
- Artist’s Apron
- Art Notes
- Mini Easel Photo Frames
- Salvador Dali Enamel Pins
- Pantone Watch
- Color Wheel Pendant
- Chelsea Classical Mediums
- Color Wheel Umbrella
- Art Bin Tote
- Vintage Camera Pillows
- Moleskine Sketch Book
- Paint Brush Holder
- Art Snacks
- Membership to a Museum
- Art Portfolio
- Van Gogh Silk Scarf
- Jackson Pollock Mug
- Rue Wall Easel
- Camera Charm Necklace
- Vintage Camera Book Ends
- Wilde Literary Poster
- Chalkboard and Magnetic Clip Frame with Hooks
- Tree Wall Photo Holder
- Bob Ross Master Paint Set
- 642 Things to Write About
- Art and Fear: Observations on the Perils (and Rewards) of Artmaking
- Post Cards from Penguin
- Typewriter Cuff Links
- Literary Themed Candles
- 3D Printing Pen
Do you have a Van Gogh, Percy Shelley, Mozart, Tina Modotti, or Michelangelo in your life? There are a ton of items out there that favorite creative person will love. We’ve found some great art gifts that’ll spark their inspiration and get their juices flowing no matter what the occasion. Here are 27 creative gifts for artists that will get their creative juices flowing in no time.
These beautifully designed artwork coasters will give your table the classy touch you’ve been wanting. The ceramic stone top absorbs moisture to protect your furniture from nasty spills and annoying condensation. The Coasters were specially designed with a cork bottom to make it completely safe around your most expensive furniture.
Great art reveals itself with our Great Nudes Mug. Add a hot beverage, and everyone’s clothing disappears, revealing (tasteful) masterpieces of the human form. Featuring 13 works of art from the 15th to 20th centuries.
Artists of the world, stand up and be counted! This case made for the iPhone 7 will let everyone know you are among the creative class. This case will protect your phone without feeling bulky. It has precision cut-outs for the phone’s speaker, camera, and charging port.
This apron can protect you from the mess of any artistic endeavor, painting, sculpting, cooking, crafting. The straps are adjustable for a custom fit, and it’s made from a blend of 65% polyester and 35% cotton.
These sticky notes come with their own frames to make your every notation and meeting doodle a work of art. *Sure to increase the auction value of sketches, grocery lists, and friendly reminders!
Designed with reliable and sturdy wood, this six-piece Easel set is your one-stop shop to your crafting needs. Perfect for displaying small pictures, paintings, or any art. Great for parties, gatherings, weddings, set them on the tables, and let your guests know their seating, or leave a loving memento that they will surely cherish. Ideal for fine art, craft, home decorating, and more.
These colorful die-cast Enamel Pins feature historical figures, cultural icons, and big ideas. They’re packaged in sets of two with rubber pin backs that hold on. Each pair of Enamel Pins not only speaks to each other – they’re made to mix and match and mash-up in hundreds of combinations. Wear your heart on your sleeve and inspiration on your lapel!
Artists want to color, color, color, and Pantone know the color. This silicone watch comes in several colors and shows the date as well as the time.
This lovely pendant gilded in 22 karats will thrill artists and anyone else who loves the color. Each color is a pigmented paste that is hardened into enamel when fired. It’s made by Christine Schmidt, an artist from San Francisco.
These are made from safer materials than most oil painting mediums, which makes them great for artists who work in small spaces that don’t have a lot of ventilation. Rather than smelling strongly of chemicals, it has a lovely lavender scent. These mediums are made from ingredients like linseed and lavender spike oils. Makes a unique gift for your artistic friend.
Don’t let a rainy day get you down! This colorful umbrella will keep your spirits up even on the rainiest days, and you’ll never lose it in a big pile of black umbrellas or leave it in the back of a taxi. The large canopy is made from 24 separate panels, which makes it sturdier than an average umbrella that has just eight.
The canopy is 100% nylon, and the lightweight frame has a manual open and close button, and the handle is rubber-coated, which means it won’t slip from your grip.
This tote is like a suitcase on wheels for art supplies! Great for artists who want to “get out of the studio and into the light!” It’s made of two compartments that buckle together. The top compartment is 12″x12″ and can hold sketchpads, notebooks, and small canvases. There are 26 loops to hold brushes, pens, and markers. The best gift for an art student.
The bottom compartment can hold paints and other larger items. There is a shoulder strap for terrain where the wheels can’t navigate and a sturdy handle.
In the age of selfies, what could be more of the moment than these cute camera pillows? Confound your Millennial friends and family with stories of waiting for a film to be developed or waving a Polaroid to get it to develop faster.
Artist Ronda J. Smith of Brooklyn prints the photos on cotton sateen and then sews them onto cotton-twill. Each pillow is handmade.
Moleskin is the leader in well-designed notebooks. The classic design and smart features like an elastic closure and back pocket, it’s no wonder these notebooks are so popular with creative people.
The Daveliou Paint Brush Holder offers premium-grade artistic mastery excellence! This fantastic paintbrush case versatility caters to a variety of the most popular art implements, brush lengths, shapes, and sizes.
This is so neat! It’s a monthly subscription service of art supplies. Your box will include 4-5 full-size premium art products, like colored pencils, artist brushes, and a “Menu,” describing each product, best practices, and new techniques to try to inspire creativity. They offer 1, 3, 6, and 12-month options. A great gift idea for someone who is always in the studio!
When I lived in NYC, I had a membership to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. I loved spending time there and went often. Spending time in a museum can cure a lot of ails, it’s inspiring when you have a creative block, it’s comforting when things are turbulent because some things in a museum are thousands of years old and have endured, it’s contemplative because it’s quiet and you can usually find at least one section of a museum that’s free of other guests.
Going to a museum is also a great date, a great thing to do without of town guests, and a great way to spend time with a friend without spending a lot of money.
As an artist, your work is your resume. When you are hustling galleries, you need to keep it safe. This 24 x 36-inch portfolio keeps your work safe and organized. It has interior pockets to store small supplies and a larger outside pocket. The handle also converts to a shoulder strap.
If Van Gogh isn’t among your favorite artists, watch the Dr. Who episode Vincent and the Doctor, and he will be. Honor the spirit of Vincent with this beautiful charmeuse satin silk scarf. The scarf is made with eco-friendly dyes that Vincent would have liked.
An artist needs a bracing start to the day, so wake up and drink your coffee with a bit of Jackson Pollock. This ceramic mug holds 15 ounces and features Pollock’s One: Number 31, 1950, which hangs in New York City’s Museum of Modern Art.
Artists aren’t known for their large, lavish homes. This easel doesn’t take up any precious floor space. The easel fits on any wall and comes in three sizes. It’s made of beautiful hardwood, which means it’s attractive enough to become a permanent part of the decor when you display your finished work of art on it.
The shutterbug in your life will love this camera necklace. Artist Britta Ambauen’s hand makes each piece in Seattle. Both the charm and chain are sterling silver. The charm measures half an inch long and half an inch wide, and the included chain is 18 inches long.
Is the photographer in your life also a bibliophile? Combine both of their loves with this bookends. Each set of bookends is unique, having been sourced by the artist, Breck Armstrong, from actual vintage cameras. One camera with include the old-fashioned flashbulb, and one will be without.
“An idea that is not dangerous is not worthy of being called an idea at all.” This poster from one of the literature’s (and histories) greatest wits is perfect for the writer in your life. The image is on archival paper and measures 19 inches high by 13 inches wide. The piece is designed by New York artist Even Robertson and printed in Pennsylvania.
Maybe the artist in your life could stand to be a little more organized, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be creative about it. This piece combines both qualities. One side is a magnetic backboard, and the other is a chalkboard strung with a tiny clothesline complete with clothespins to write or hold lists.
The bottom has five metal hooks to hold anything from coats to keys. The frame is made of fir and the piece measures 30.04 inches wide, 1.81 inches deep, and 22.83 inches high.
What better way to display your family tree than with a tree photo? This handcrafted photo holder is made of metal and measures 34.50 inches wide, 0.98 inches deep, and 28 inches high.
Ah, the soothing tones of Bob Ross. If you were a kid in the 80’s who stayed home sick from school, this is the voice that made you feel better. Now you can be like Bob and try your hand at landscape painting. He is a part of Art history if you like it or not
Get started painting beautiful landscapes with this kit that includes everything you need; oil colors, a landscape knife, and brush, background brush, fan brush, script liner, DVD, and instructions.
Even the most prolific writers can sometimes struggle with writer’s block. Stoke their imagination with this book of writing prompts. It’s also a notebook with plenty of room for the words just waiting to pour out. Perfcet for the creative mind in your life.
Artists could use some self-help but they don’t have time to read weighty tomes, they have creating to do! This book is a quick read at just 134 pages. The authors are artists themselves, and they explore how art gets made and why sometimes it doesn’t get made.
Creating art can be a lonely thing, and this book shows that other artists share the struggle to create.
Handwritten postcards are a lost art. Bring them back with a literary flair with these postcards. Each postcard features cover art from classic Penguin books like A Clockwork Orange, The Great Gatsby, and Wuthering Heights. The bibliophile in your life will delight in these postcards.
There is just something about a man in cuff links, it speaks to sophistication and erudition. If this describes a writer in your life, these cuff links modeled after typewriter keys make a perfect gift. Made of metal with a silver finish and a resin top coat, the cuff links are 1 inch x 1 inch x 1 inch each.
Artists like to set the mood and candles are a part of that. But no vanilla or lavender scented candles for the artist in your life, too pedestrian. This set of three, four ounces, soy wax candle comes in three unique scents; Antique Books which is a blend of cedarwood and patchouli, New Books which is a blend of jasmine, sandalwood, and patchouli, and Ancient Scrolls, a blend of frankincense and myrrh along with sandalwood.
The wicks are lead-free, each candle burns for approximately 30 hours and the glass jars can be reused.
This pen supports two filaments, and you can customize the drawing speed and temperature. With a patented ceramic nozzle and adjustable temperature design, this 3D pen is extraordinarily friendly and safe while drawing. The perfect gift for yourself, your friends, or your families! Want to step up your gift game? Get them a 3D printer.