Give the gift of Art Prints: our Christmas wishlist

At, we’re continually astounded by the quality of work that comes through our presses every day. And most recently we’ve seen a particular trend for Giclée Fine Art and Photographic Prints ahead of the gift-giving season.

When it comes to gifting, a picture can say a thousand words. With more and more of us spending extended time at home, surrounding yourself with your favourite images, quotes and photos is a great way to stay positive. What’s more, these make fantastic gifts for friends and family.

We chatted to a few of our creative customers and have collated our own mini Christmas wishlist of Art Prints we’d like to find under our tree this year! Read on to discover them…

Darsh Draws

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The usual hustle and bustle of London has been slightly dampened this year, but this stunning cityscape has us more in love with our capital than ever! Designed by Darsh Draws, all of the pieces within her collection are inspired by travel. Her hope is that they will evoke a memory, emotion or even fuel their customers’ own wanderlust! Shop her entire range below.

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Good Egg Prints

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Sometimes a word or phrase can really speak to you. And if it does, then why not celebrate it in your home environment? We adore this art print designed by the owners of Good Egg Prints, Ellena and Stephen. The couple’s mission is to create fun, bold prints that bring back memories and promote happiness. This William Morris quote certainly has us thinking about a de-clutter…

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Meg Bud

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This stunning Giclée Art Print by Meg Bud gives us all the warm, fuzzy feels that should be associated with Christmas time. Meg loves to draw still lifes – especially if they feature plants and unusual, retro décor. The colour palette is simply beautiful and thoroughly deserving of it’s place under the tree this year. 

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Lucy Marie Design

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From London to Yorkshire, this print by Lucy Marie Design is a great way to celebrate your heritage, place of birth or even your favourite spot to visit. Lucy has included everything she associates with Yorkshire, from Betty’s Tea Room to the Arctic Monkeys. Why not give the gift of the north this year to someone special?

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Kelly Attenborough

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Looking for a gift for the wildlife lover in your life? Kelly Attenborough is a UK artist based in Nottingham. Taking inspiration from animals and botanicals, what she loves most is to paint using watercolours and gouache. This seashore print has been based on creatures and sea plants found in coastal rock pools. We can almost smell the ocean!

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Cambridge Purple

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Cambridge Purple is a Cambridgeshire-based stationery and print company, showcasing the art of Erin Frantz, a PhD student from America. Her favourite subjects include the local sights of both Cambridge and her village, Linton. These vibrant prints make the perfect gift for Cambridge local and visitors alike, so click the link below to get yours!

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Arati Devasher

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Indian-born Arati of Arty Subu is a freelance book designer based in Ruislip. In addition to her book illustration work she creates Art Prints, Greeting Cards and even homewares. Describing her own work as ‘deliciously beautiful’ we love the detail that she puts into each of her designs. Explore more of her collection through the link below.

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Wojtek London

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Wojtek London is a Polish artist living in London. His art is intuitive and combines a fascination with organic bodies and how they interact with spiritual aspects. Working with a wide range of media such as inks, watercolours, acrylic paints and fine markers- Wojtek’s Art Prints make a huge statement and would make an impact in any interior!

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Whatever gifts you decide to splash out on this year, we’re certain that they will spread joy during this rather strange time. But as you begin to check the final gifts off your Christmas list, remember that by shopping small you are not only showing support for the businesses in your community, but you are also giving them the best possible chance of success.


About the author

Marius is our Head of Creative and loves to roll up his sleeves to do calligraphy for our social content. With a background in graffiti and over a decade of experience in the creative industry, Marius knows his design stuff. Aside from leading creatives, he can be spotted in West London playgrounds riding a seesaw with his daughter.

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