This year, the holidays are kicking off a little early at the Hyperallergic Store. We’re expecting this season to be a big one, so with that in mind, we’ve decided to provide you all with some inspiration ahead of time so you can get your gift-giving plans off to a great start.
From thought-provoking books to various dazzling accessories, we have below a list of new art-inspired items that we can’t wait to share with you, plus a few classic bestsellers. If you have trouble deciding between all of these eye-catching gifts, never fear, for Hyperallergic Store gift cards also make wonderful presents.
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W.E.B. Du Bois’s data visualizations about Black American progress after emancipation, which he presented at the Paris Exposition of 1900, have been compiled as a book. These meticulous, prophetic infographics — beautiful in design and powerful in content — make visible a broad spectrum of Black experience.
When we added this Hilma af Klint pin to the store over the summer, it sold out in a flash, but now, it’s finally back in stock! This stunning customer favorite is a miniature reproduction of the groundbreaking Swedish artist’s 1915 painting “Svanen.” If you like her mystical abstractions as much as we do, we bet you’ll also get a kick out of these socks.
Intrigued by art-inspired pins? Check out our collection.
This elegant scarf is inspired by a cotton-and-wool carpet in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Made in Kurdistan in the late 18th century, the carpet bears the traditional “Charbagh” pattern of a four-part garden, representing the architectural layout of Paradise. Made of 100% wool, this delicate scarf interprets the original artwork as a wearable accessory.
View more scarves inspired by works of art.
Our Gee’s Bend Notecards have been so popular that they’ve sold out — again — but while we wait for more, we’d like to introduce you to this colorful two-deck set of cards, which features a variety of patterns by the acclaimed quilters of Gee’s Bend. Art lovers and card sharks alike are sure to bond over these during cozy indoor game nights over the upcoming cold winter months.
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Frida Kahlo’s self-portraits are some of her most celebrated works, and now you can sport her iconic face on your ankles! These lightweight, comfy socks take their design from the symbolic “Self-Portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird” (1940). For all you Frida fans out there, check out the other items in her collection.
Shop our collection of socks inspired by famous artworks.
This colorful bestselling puzzle features Frank Stella’s abstract and ever-so-pleasing geometric painting “Firuzabad” (1970). Spend an afternoon lost in contemplation as you find a way to fit all 750 pieces together, or make it a fun group activity with friends and family!
Explore our selection of artful puzzles.
This sturdy makeup bag, which features Marilyn Minter’s “Big Bang” (2012), was created in collaboration with the artist and the Brooklyn Museum for her first retrospective, the 2016–17 exhibition Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty. It’s great for storing makeup, art supplies, and any other small items you can think to put inside.
If you’re a fan of Minter’s work, we think you’ll also like this graphic trivet.
As citizens of the internet, we can agree that cats are fascinating beasts. They’ve beguiled artists since the dawn of time, as evidenced in this set of 36 notecards celebrating 12 of the glorious creatures depicted in the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s collection, all charming examples of the art world’s feline fixation.
View our art-inspired pop-up cards and stationery sets!
The perfect winter accessory for artist-activists is here at last! This ultra-soft cashmere sports scarf was designed in collaboration with the Guerrilla Girls, the anonymous group of feminist avengers who have donned gorilla masks to expose discrimination and injustice in art, film, politics, and pop culture since the 1980s.
For more ferocious gift ideas, shop our Guerrilla Girls collection.
The legion of eyes on this striking fine lawn cotton handkerchief may appear to follow you as you move around, but that’s just a trick of your imagination … or is it? Who knows what Yayoi Kusama had in mind when she designed it, but that, along with its rich blue and red tones, is what gives it such mystique. Put the textile to its traditional use or frame it and hang it in your home.
Check out our Kusama collection.
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