Christmas presents for designers

11 months ago by

Yes, it’s that time again. Stuck for what to buy your creative friends? Here’s a list of some of our top picks for Christmas gift ideas 2016:


A subscription to Threaded Magazine.

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Palomino Pencils and/or a Palomino Long Point Sharpener

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Standards Manual products

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Typograph.her — a range of typographic musings for curious creatives.

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A wide selection of fabulous kiwi-inspired graphic prints from Endemic World.

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Image shown features Blue Cactus by Cloud Nine Creative, Creative Sloth by Alice Berry, and Huia by Glenn Jones.


Copies of Stemme — an Auckland publication hosting eminent and unexpected commentary from a range of design disciplines.

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Hand-made, leather-bound journals from New Zealand-based company Homeprint:

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An AS Colour letter series t-shirt:

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http://www.ascolour.co.nz/2108-lhp-letter-series-a-tee.html
http://www.ascolour.co.nz/2109-lhp-letter-series-t-tee.html


It’s been a pretty tough year for some, so how about a Susan Sontag on Love poster?

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Or a Beatnik publication? The Three Words Anthology of Aotearoa/NZ Women’s Comics is currently on sale…


But we’ve all got enough stuff already, right? So how about the gift that gives from Oxfam?

Whatever you give, Design Assembly wishes you a very Merry Christmas!

 

Header image credit: Bob Ricca



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