Sunday January 26, 2020

The art of gifting

Nadine O‘Regan picks a range of arts-inspired luxury gifts and stocking fillers for the culture-lover in your life

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

1st December, 2019
Follow our gift guide for culture lovers and only wrapping will be tricky

They might not be the most practical of presents, but I love the collectible ornaments sold by the Irish Design Shop at the RHA Gallery in Dublin. The size of a shampoo bottle, these Lucie Kaas collectibles are gorgeously kitsch and make any shelf instantly cooler, inspired as they are by Japanese illustration, Nordic aesthetics and geometric expression. While some of the collectibles, priced at €40, are entirely of the artist's imagining, many are...

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