Give art! Gift guide #3

Watercolor art from Silke Bonde


Being a minimalist and trying to buy as little as possible, I never feel guilty about buying art. I wish I could afford to buy more art, original art directly from artists. I believe art can be a great gift to someone who values beauty, creativity and uniqueness. Doesn't buying art from someone who created it always feel like you got something so real and unique? It totally does for me, even when it's a tiny print from a large edition. When giving art, there is always an issue of whether it goes in someone's house. It is like giving an interior piece. So it is good to know the interior taste of the person at least to some extent. In this gift guide I collected some of my favorite pieces from different artists, that are pretty neutral and can go in many different settings. They each have a distinct style of their own, but are easier pieces to gift compared to something much more bold (which would make a great gift too, but you need to know the person's taste really well). I hope they will inspire you and give you ideas for gifts to give to your interior-obsessed art-loving friends.

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