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The Artling's Top Art & Design Picks for 2021 Holiday Season


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MALEVICH VASE CSL5 by Noom

The Artling's Top Art & Design Picks for 2021 Holiday Season

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The Artling's Top Art & Design Picks for 2021 Holiday Season

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The festive season is here! If you’re looking for the perfect gift your loved ones will cherish for a lifetime, look no further. The Artling has once again put together a selection of art & design pieces from our gallery. From prints to design objects to furniture, scroll down for our top picks so you may gift the gift of art this Christmas!
 

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Malevich Vase, by NOOM is designed by Kateryna Soko and is part of the vases from their "Suprematic" collection. The collection is inspired by the geomatric works of the great Sumprematist Kazmir Malevich. Suprematism is a modernist movement in the art of the early twentieth century, focused on the basic geometric forms, such as circles, squares, lines and rectangles.

The Suprematic Limited Edition Collection are distinguished by a combination of clear geometric shapes and extraordinary color effects on metal surfaces that are achieved by burned metal technique. Featuring excellence in craftsmanship and mastering noble metals. Each piece is suitable for being collected due to its timeless design.
 

Rocking Light by FOLDS is a Rockin’ body that swings on touch, and creates a poetic and dynamic atmosphere surrounding your environment. Made out of aluminium, the Rocking Light incorporates durability with lightness. Available in a raw or brushed surface treatment and accompanied with a sophisticated LED lighting technology, its characteristics add a warm and self-assured ambience to any interior.
 

Splash Side Table by Mesut Ozturk is the outcome of the experiments for an aesthetic pursuit on coupling of contradictions: Minimal designs with rough surfaces, furniture with a fragile material, organic shaped trays on geometric legs. All the members of Splash family are unique and one of a kind while they look similar. 

No glaze or varnish is used on the rough surfaces of Splash Side Tables to reveal the tactility and beauty of the material itself. For this reason, they are not waterproof. Any liquid except water may leave a stain on the surface. It is recommended to be used for decorative purposes instead of eating and drinking.
 

 


Design Under $2,500

Thinking of getting a statement piece as a gift for a home? Here are some bold design works that are definitely eye-catching.
 

Introverted Chameleon by Studio EJ is part of a series of tables with contrasting surfaces; a simple and elegant shell and mirror inside. Outside is quiet and static but inside is loud and dynamic. It features a reflective surface inside of the tilt tube, which creates distorted and quirky reflection of the floor or objects inside. It adapts and harmonizes to its circumstance GENTLY as an introverted chameleon might do. It acts as a table but also as an aperture that leads you to the wonderland in your daily life.
 

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LIQUID by Taeg Nishimoto is a series of wall mirrors that play with optical textures. Partially distressed circular mirror is imbedded into the cast concrete disk with pigments that document the flow of concrete while poured into the mold, making each mirror unique. The combination of flowing patterns of pigmented concrete and the distressed part of the mirror creates a new layer to the presence of mirror in space as well as to the act of looking into the mirror.

The concrete disks are in different sizes from 35cm to 50cm in diameters, and about 7mm thick. This one is 50cm diameter.
Swivel mechanism is attached in the back, which lifts the disk off from the wall and enables the disk to be rotated to the desired orientation as well as periodical changes of appearance in space.

LIQUID draws our attention to the surface pattern as optical texture as we look closely at the reflection on the mirror, giving a unique visual presence in space (while also evoking the image of the moon in the night sky with moving clouds.)

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Fortify by Daniel Skoták is a chess set that is based on the modern industrialized era. Inspiration comes from the construction of old industrial iron-concrete buildings. Particularly from the area DEPO 2015. Bearing that in mind, a combination of concrete and iron was used. The artist chose the shape of frustum due to the great ergonomic characteristics it has, which include good handling together with ideal stability.

The shapes of the upper parts of the figures are stylised into the most simple forms so the legibility of the figures is maintained. The colour of the upper parts of the figures is dimly white or black. The chessboard is a combination of iron and concrete as well. Dim iron squares are used for the black figures while for the white figures, concrete is used. This way, the whole chessboard appears to be neat and individual squares are easily recognisable.
 

 


Art Under $1,000

Artworks are also great as a gift, the devotion to pick an artwork gives the gift a personal and significant meaning which will be appreciated by the receiver. Take a look at some artworks that we think are unique and one of a kind.
 

Abstract garden and Blue pixels by Larisa Siverina are abstract floral digital wallpaper design printed on poster paper.
 

Praying for the world by Xiaoyang Galas was inspired by the pain, turmoil and chaos that the world faced in 2020. Despite not being able to save the world, the artist will pray for and make small differences which meant a lot to him. The artwork has strong calligraphy, rich details and texture which was inspired by prayer, Chinese calligraphy, bible verses and street art.
 

Tragic Ending by Kazuhiro Higashi has the red creatures as the main character and the blue creatures are preadtors from the sky. Kazuhiro Higashi is a Japanese artist/photographer. He brings together a number of different practices into his colorful and dynamic artworks, including painting, collage, printmaking, and photography, and is constantly experimenting with new ways of expressing his creativity.

 


Artworks Under $2,500

Art is a gift that speaks a thousand words, it could be a work that translates your emotions that you have for the person. Take a look at some works that aren't time bound and restricted by trend and style.
 

Morphogenesis Series by Jon McCormack is part of The Morphogenesis Series of evolved artificial flora. Using custom software developed by the artist, algorithms based on biological evolution manipulate a digital form of DNA to generate impossible forms of nature. These forms are inspired by Australian flora, but have been mutated and crossbred to form strange new species of plants. The work is presented as a limited edition digital inkjet giclee print on Baryta archival paper.
 

Rosa by María José Franco Maldonado, was inspired by the artists to Bogotá, in the middle of the pandemic. Rosas de Ciudad is the second series of the Rosas collection where new layers are added to the scene, with more feelings and emotions.
 

Sunrise at Mountain Star, Tirol by Casey Moore was shot on a perfect sunrise morning in Tirol, Austria right on the border with Italy and Swizterland. 
 


If you are looking to gift art for the holidays, have a browse through the Holiday Gifting collections that The Artling team has carefully put together. Place your orders by 21 November to get your gifts delivered in time for christmas!
 


Any views or opinions in the post are solely those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the company or contributors.


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