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5 Gifts for Budding Artists

5 Gifts for Budding Artists

Art is personal, and this can make finding the perfect gift for artists incredibly hard, especially if you are tired of giving them the same paints and sketchpads for the fifth year running, or if you don’t know what tools they like to work with. If you are struggling to find the perfect gift for the artist that has everything, here are some recommendations for artists of every caliber:

1.    Paint by Number Kits

Art, at its foundation, should be fun. If you want to reignite your favorite artist’s passion for creativity and allow them to express themselves without worrying about creating a masterpiece from scratch, paint by number kits are the perfect option. At, they can provide the artist in your life with a range of spectacular options, ranging from famous paintings to cute animals. Even better, they also offer the option of customized kits of your own photo, ensuring that you can put that bit of extra thought toward their coming celebration.

2.   Digital Pens and Equipment 

The art world has modernized along with the rest of the world, and budding artists need to be able to keep up. If you want to splash out on your artist, why not consider upgrading their tools and sending them into the future by gifting them digital equipment and pens? There are many artist’s tablets and compatible pens that can allow your loved one to instantly digitize their drawings and upload this to their laptop or computer.

3.   Personalized Paint Box

Traditional gifts are always winners, however, and a personalized paint box can allow your artist friend or relative to feel special every time they get their art equipment out. Make them feel like Van Gogh or Rembrandt by providing them with a large assortment of the different paints that they need to bring their ideas to life, all within a luxurious case which they can show off to their artist friends.

4.   A Subscription to an Art Magazine

 Does your loved one enjoy reading about art as much as they love creating it? If this is the case, you should consider investing in a subscription to an arts magazine for them. One of the benefits of choosing a subscription is that it is a gift that keeps on giving, allowing your artist to receive a special treat every month of the year. Not only this, but it can help the artist in question to find out more about the art world, and can even help them to become the artist that they want to be by learning new skills. There are many options for both print and digital magazines available for every age group, whether they are an amateur or a professional.

5.   Art Software

If your artist is struggling to get to grips with art technology, you should consider investing in new art software for them. This will allow them to easily create masterpieces on a digital medium, as well as to create new styles and types of art that they have not been able to previously.

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