The Holidays™ are right around the corner. The weather is getting chilly; you’re sipping as much hot chocolate as legally allowed, but in that immersion into the sipping of the hot chocolate…did you forget to buy presents? Maybe you couldn’t find quite the right thing? Perhaps you just knew that we love putting together gift guides and were waiting for this very one? Regardless, we wanted to share some of the artists who we’re obsessed with and who make great gifts!
You may recognize Aiden from her philosophical TikToks, but did you know that she also makes incredible merch for the existential cutie in your life? Anything ranging from sweaters to best friend necklaces, we cannot recommend it enough!
Jonathan’s art is beautiful, psychedelic, and so stunning! For big psychedelia fans in your life, Jonathan’s store is an absolute must. His shop contains hoodies, tees, prints, phone cases, and home goods—so, anything you could possibly need.
Laurie makes these fantastic prints available through her website. The bodily forms are abstracted while utilizing bright colors to draw you in. Beautiful in any home environment, her works would make a fantastic statement piece anywhere they go.
We are so excited to be able to work with Tsz in our upcoming Grapevine location, and you can see why in their Etsy. Utilizing bright and bold colors with their wonderfully graphic style, their items range from stickers to jewelry to prints. A perfect gift for anyone bold and beautiful in your life.
What if rocks had some form of consciousness? What if they had the biggest eyes and the cutest little faces? Quinn Curtin sculpts possibly the most adorable little rocks we have ever seen, and we encourage you to buy a sweet, docile pet rock for perhaps a child in your life or a loved one. We also encourage you to ensure the recipient is responsible enough for such an angelic pet.
If you’ve stopped by Convergence Station—even just sat in the parking lot—you have seen Justin’s fantastic mural. He takes forms and abstracts them into long, infinite stretching cartoons, or faces cluttered impossibly close, or just funky shapes. A fantastic addition to any home!
Scott produces some of the most magical cake-related art (viewable at House of Eternal Return). He juxtaposes saccharine cakes with real danger, such as sharpened fangs, or knives, or guns. His exhibition, Cakeland, located in Chinatown, Los Angeles, is a surreal and immersive experience through and through. Anything you purchase from his shop is a unique and fun gift for your loved ones!
In House of Eternal Return, Katie Green has one of the most unique installations in the Water Tower. A huge focus of her art is on watercolor monster faces, and her shop is no different. For a wonderfully unique gift for your loved ones, we cannot recommend perusing Katie’s magical site enough.
Therin, who worked as one of the lead artists for the Indigenous-futurist installation, “Help Save My World,” at Convergence Station. Their personal art uses motifs such as eyes, hands, portals, hallways, and doors as universally recognizable symbols. They make such memorable sculptures, prints, and paintings. An excellent gift for truly anyone in your life.