Guide : The Unexpected Mens Gift
The too hard basket can come into play buying for men. Not here folks, we have searched the globe to make sure we have something for all the guys this Christmas. Because they deserve more than a pair of socks and a gift voucher. They deserve gadgets that make fart sounds, or gadgets that record their voice and loop it or limited edition art wares from their favourite artists.
Here goes, our edit of what we're getting the men in our lives. Plenty more here.
We had to start with the king. Our beautiful altered antique plates are one of a kind and something he can put on the wall to look down upon his record player or group with other frames. It's a favourite - and we only have limited stock so don't hold back.
Sticking with the music theme, this is too easy gifting for the record-lover.
Designed and made in Paris, it's an essential and a great gift to give with a record.
Or a frisbee!
David Shrigley is the artist behind this piece of collectors gold, he is deeply into music and makes it himself, he's also illustrated cover art for numerous bands and we adore him.
Sorry, we just can't stop with wall art without sharing the Reg Mombassa Scenery Tea Towel. Reg is one of our favourite Australian artists, well we claim him as ours as he lives in Sydney and his band was Australian but he is actually a Kiwi - hence this work! It's a Kangaroo x Kiwi!! This has been a hit with our male fanbase, who have said it absolutely has to live on the wall. Accessible art at it's best!
Selling like hotcakes. Sculptural and functional, this is why we love collaborating with David Shrigley. This will be a hit with the art lovers, trust us.
The Tom Dixon low ball glasses are back and we couldn't be happier because they are so beautiful to drink whiskey from!! A wonderful, thoughtful gift for your whiskey guy.
Gift them with our Robert Rauschenberg Coaster Set and educate him on one of the founders of Pop-Art, it wasn't all Andy ya know. The original artwork used for these coasters was made in 1953 when Rauschenberg directed composer John Cage (1912–1992) to drive his Model A Ford in a straight line over twenty sheets of paper that Rauschenberg had glued together and laid in the road outside his Fulton Street studio in Lower Manhattan. Isn't that cool?
So he's not so much into art, more into weather systems. BOOM.
The Cloud Weather Station looks beautiful and has weather powers.
Finally, if you're just looking for something little to say Happy Christmas, shoelaces are not gifted enough and are way better than a scratchie!
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