Fabulous Christmas gift ideas: Arts counsel
Saturday 03 December 2011
1. National Gallery portrait detail plastic plates, £5 each, National Gallery shop
2. 'Eye', Rory Dobner, £400, Liberty; frame, £15, John Lewis
3. Artist's wooden horse model, £130, National Gallery shop
4. 'What The Hell Are You Doing?' by David Shrigley, £20, South Bank Centre shop
5. Daler Rowney table easel, £32, National Gallery shop
6. Giles Deacon 'The Execution Of Lady Jane Grey' T-shirt, £280, The Corner
7. Mark Quinn limited edition print, £300, Selfridges
8. 'How To Survive Modern Art' by Susie Hodge, £12.99, Tate shop
9. 'Love Is What You Want' pin badge by Tracey Emin, £3, South Bank Centre shop
10. Vivienne Westwood Rembrandt print scarf, £95, Go-British
11. 'The A-Z Of Visual Ideas: How To Solve Any Creative Brief' by John Ingledew, £19.95, Laurence King
12. Thelermont Hupton, 'Hand Jobs', coat hooks and wall art, £90 each, Hidden Art
13. Grayson Perry doll, £295, Liberty
14. Pantone baubles, £8.99 each, Firebox
15. 'Untitled' by Paul McDevitt and Cornelius Quabeck, £3,000, Stephen Friedman Gallery
16. 'Bound' edition of 100, £68, Barney Bradbury
17. 'I'm Not An Artist But I Am A Masterpiece' T-shirt, £32.50, Tate shop
18. Damien Hirst for Temperley Somerset cider, £85, Cider Brandy
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