Thursday, November 4, 2010

Gift guide: Art

1. SLR Pin hole lens - A simple way to capture some of the old world beauty with sophisticated digital results. (image photojojo)

2. iConvert® Portable Document and Photo Scanner - Portable scanning for books, photos, receipts, etc. (image brookstone)

3. Caran D'ache Water Soluble Crayon Sets - Turns drawings into watercolor paintings. (image Caran D'ache)

4. Japanese washi tape - Pretty way to jazz up letters, packages, and more. I brought back quite a few of these when we went to Japan last year. (image masking tape)

5. One sketch a day journal - Great for illustrators and those who enjoy drawing for daily creativity. (image amazon)

6. Muji Paperclips - Beautiful monuments from around the world. (image Muji)

7. How to be an Explorer of the World - Creative projects to do in day to life for inspiration to stop and notice the details. (image amazon)

8. Glow Graffiti - For those aspiring to be the next Banksy. (image uncommon goods)

9. Instant photo mirror - Because everyone loves polaroids. (image uncommon goods)

10. Seletti Pantone boxes - Fun and stylish storage solution. (image Seletti)

11. Graphtec / Quickutz Silhouette SD Craft Cutter - Media cutter to create custom magnets, vinyl, and paper. (image Graphtec)

12. Color Splash Flash - Photo effects through unique color combinations and it's as much fun to use as it is to say. (image photojojo)


Jessica {lovely jubbly london} said...

I can't believe it is that time again! What exactly does the pin hole lens for the DSLR do? I have some family members really into photography...

Emily said...

You and me both! I don't know where the year has gone.

The pin hole lens mimics what pin hole cameras do, so there would typically be darkened edges with a slightly dreamy effect.