Creative Products

May 20, 2018

15 Personalized Gifts That Can Make Any Occasion Special

If you're having trouble finding the perfect present, it's time to think outside the box. Rather than a run-of-the-mill readymade, why not make it personal with a customized gift? In this eccentric selection of personalized presents, you're bound to find something for everyone. Some—like the fingerprint rings, family tree necklaces, and cross-stitched portraits—pay homage to loved ones. Others—including the cuddly pet pillows and adorable animal portrait mugs—are a purr-fect way to honor furry friends.

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May 16, 2018

René Magritte Action Figure Showcases the Surrealist Artist’s Playful Side

Avant-garde artist René Magritte is one of Surrealism‘s most celebrated figures. Known for playing with space, scale, and perception, the Belgian-born painter has secured a spot as one of modern art‘s most iconic artists—and, consequently, as one of Today is Art Day‘s Art History Heroes. This fun figurine features all of the accessories that have come to be associated with Magritte. Inspired by The Treachery of Images, he comes equipped with his own (ceci n'est pas une)

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May 14, 2018

15 New York-Themed Gifts That Are So Much Better Than a T-Shirt

Start spreading the news—we love New York! To express our admiration for the bustling metropolis, we've come up with a selection of gifts that are much more creative than a souvenir shirt. From a statement necklace to a stamp-inspired print, some of these products showcase New York City's well-known skyline. Others—including a yellow cab poster and subway map plate—explore the way New Yorkers make their way around the concrete jungle.

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May 11, 2018

19 Artistic Journals and Notebooks to Keep You Inspired to Create

Albert Einstein, Mark Twain, Madame Curie, Frida Kahlo. What do these great names have in common? They all kept journals. And for many, there's still no greater satisfaction than spending the time to reflect and put pen to paper. People use journals for all sorts of reasons—to write their inner thoughts, organize their lives, or draw the world around them.

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