10 Gifts for the Designer in Your Life

(That won't break the bank)

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Designers are always critical of how things look and feel, which makes shopping for them extremely difficult. Fortunately, we’ve comprised a list of 10 Gifts for Designers, that wont break the bank!

The Quick Brown Fox Jumps Over The Lazy Dog: Typeface Memory Game

 

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A typeface memory game. With twenty-five pairs of cards, each presenting a different type family, this is a very stylish and interesting typographic concentration game. The kit includes a typographical glossary with the main terms used in typography as well as a text about the evolution of type design, locating in history each one of the fonts used in the game.

 

£13.96 – Click here to buy from Amazon

 

 

Pantone Mug

 

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Obviously, we picked red, but these Pantone mugs come in 13 Colours and officially licensed. The designer in your life is sure to love this. Those countless coffees every day need to go in a great looking mug.

 

£12.50 – Click here to buy from Amazon

 

 

Lego Architecture

 

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This 560 piece kit is sure to make your designer happy. The assembled White House model stands 9″ (22 cm) wide on a base with printed name label and includes a booklet with facts about the building, its construction and its history. We’ve actually got one of these, and it proves you’re never too old for Lego.

There are currently 36 Lego Architecture sets, so chose wisely!

 

£23.29 – Click here to buy from Amazon

 

 

Palette 07: Monotone Collection

 

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It is a difficult brief to create a design utilising only a single colour, one that relies heavily on a designer’s skill at composition, use of materials and special effects. While some leap at the challenge to create a noteworthy impact with the least amount of noise, relying on the basics of good design to complement the colour choice, others face budgetary constraints and must elicit the best possible outcome from limited resources. This volume exhibits the most striking examples of monochrome branding from recent years.

 

£23.46 – Click here to buy from Amazon

 

 

Pantone 20th Century In Colour

 

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PANTONE, the worldwide colour authority, invites you on a rich visual tour of one hundred transformative years. From the Pale Gold and Almost Mauve of the 1900 Universal Exposition in Paris to the Rust and Midnight Navy of the countdown to the Millennium, the 20th century brimmed with color.

 

£22.94 – Click here to buy from Amazon

 

 

Moleskine Colour A Month

 

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An unusual and original gift idea, this diary set consists of 12 colourful soft cover Volant diaries, with a colour for each month of 2017 marked with white numerals from I-XII. The diaries are presented in a hard black slip case gift box with a black elastic band. The Volant diaries are pocket-sized with 64 pages of acid-free paper, with each day having its own page

 

£17.73 – Click here to buy from Amazon

 

 

Pantone Business Card Holder

 

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Great looking business cards need a great looking holder, and this is perfect as a stocking filler for under £5!

 

£4.99 – Click here to buy from Amazon

 

 

Chalkboard Mug

 

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Everyone likes doodling, and what’s better than chalk? This awesome mug allows anyone to make their own mug design, write reminders or doodle without wasting paper!

 

£5.99 – Click here to buy from Amazon

 

 

1000 Colour Puzzle

 

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A beautiful, art-inspired jigsaw puzzle for adults. Join the mindfulness revolution and while away blissful hours with a challenging 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle that’s handsome enough to hang on any wall; landscape or portrait.

 

£16.99 – Click here to buy from Amazon

 

 

Sensu Solo Stylus

 

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The ultimate tools for digital artists. The Sensu Brush & Stylus delivers an authentic painting experience on most tablets and smartphones. Even voted as “The best stylus for the iPad” by The Verge.

 

£24.95 – Click here to buy from Amazon

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