Whether you’re gearing up for a holiday, birthday, or just the everyday, it’s always a good idea to have gifts in mind for the artist in your life. There are a ton of items out there that are sure to inspire your favorite creative person, so how do you choose the best gift? Luckily, the search is over. We’ve found some great gifts for artists that'll spark their inspiration—no matter the season.
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LEGOs are a staple of childhood learning and creativity. Whether one chooses to follow the instructions or set out into the building unknown, these blocks are as stimulating to the brain as they are painful to the unsuspecting foot. The tactile nature of the blocks, which fit into one another with little raised prongs, is ideal for accessibility.
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