We’re sure you’re rushing around town trying to clinch those perfect presents for your loved ones. If the bustling streets and cold weather are putting you off, why not shop from the warmth of your home, on the Web, and check out this online boutique from illustrator Emily Forgot, featuring limited-edition prints and ceramics?
It seems apt to have a yuletide site in the run up to Christmas, but most are more giblets than brandy butter. However, the little elves at Studio Output has been tracking what people are saying – through Twitter you can track who may be Christmas number one or even predict which present will top the stocking wish-list.
Graphic designer Jessica Svendsen is spending the next few weeks creating 100 iterations of a Josef Müller-Brockmann Beethoven poster as part of the Michael Bierut 100 Days Workshop at the Yale School of Art. Each day she creates a new graphic interpretation of the original poster.
If you’re looking for a great stocking filler then you should check out illustrator Olly Moss’ Big Cartel site. It provides designers with an independent store to sell their stuff online, and also displays Moss’ own beautiful silk-screened and screen art prints, which range in price from £15 to £30.