Treat your favorite creative – or yourself – with this top xmas gift for graphic designers.
Well you’re looking for the perfect Christmas gift for your favorite graphic designer or a low selection of santa redagenda for the party office, we have brought together the best Christmas gift guide under £ 20 for graphic designers. (If you have a higher budget, then look at the Christmas gift guide below £ 50 for graphic designers.
From the coolest Indi magazine to the best design resources, clothing and more, we have chosen the best gift this year under £ 20 for graphic designers. (And remember: There is no shame in treating yourself from this list when you do it. We will!)
Read on for a Christmas gift guide below our £ 20 for graphic designers …
Satiris, Mushpit’s political feminist magazine was not in vain to change the publishing scene of the reverse DIY. Born because of the frustration with the fashion world that is bound to the rules, the mushpit is packed with the mainstream publication of the content parody, from fake tongue advertisements in cheeks to the suggestive suggestions, and packing many punches in the editorial. It’s designed you make you feel justified and win, and at this time Du Jour World Magazine Indi (so holding it can make you look cool).
Editorial designers in particular will appreciate the mushpit, but whatever creative will be more than a passing interest in the magazine will appreciate copies for Christmas.
Fox chocolate quickly jump over lazy dogs: type memory game
This well-designed typographic memory game includes 25 letter variations ‘a’, respectively in different types of letters. Players must find matching as in the same font (people with the highest number of winning). With typographic information about each letter included on the card, and a separate folder that provides a general history of typography, this is a fantastic game for graphic designers and anyone interested in letters.
British Designer and Art Director Radim Malinic’s Book of Ideas have sat comfortably in the best place # 1 Amazon since it was released in March. The creative direction journal and graphic design, publications share suggestions about everything starting from inspiration to inbox control, facing your fears and self-promotional art, while displaying a number of portfolio projects that inspire Malinik. The book of ideas is an ideal gift for every graphic or creative designer at each stage of their career.
Client is always wrong t-shirt
Designers everywhere will appreciate clients always wrong t-shirts. Featuring Modular Modular Geometry Fonts Anthony Burrill, Kit Shape, Custom Shirts that must be owned for designers are a great way to attach it to a nightmare client, or just raise a smile around the studio.
Personalized typography notebook
For personal Christmas gifts, try this high-quality hardcover notebook. They are available in any letter from the alphabet, and six color schemes, and you can adjust it to your own text – ideal for graphic designers and art editors who need a new stylish notebook.
Pantone Coffee Maker PA271
Graphic designers can impress their home clients or studio kits with this Pantone Blue Pantone six-cup (espresso) coffee maker. At £ 16 this is an ideal gift for creative who loves coffee (version nine glasses are also available for £ 22).
Poster type motivated
Add a touch of typography classes, or retro and vibrancy characters to your favorite designer studios with these posters of motivated types. Produced on the archival archival archival The high-quality Giclée Museum uses fade resistant pigment ink, the print size ranges from A5 to A3. You can find the 90s tropical pineapple print here.
Draplin Design Co: Quite a lot of everything
The legendary logo designer Aaron Draplin dropped his book Draplin Design Co earlier this year. A mid-career survey that was warm, broad-minded, his career, he was packed with a case study, brilliant advice and reflection on the design industry from productive American logo designers – and it was very easy to read. This is an ideal Christmas gift for every graphic designer or hobby with an interest in the logo design.