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Arts Emergency good gift guide

Do you want to support Arts Emergency and independent creatives? Check out our list of thoughtful and interesting gifts!

Our gift guide recommendations are all made by our creative young people or by supporters who are kindly giving a proportion of sales to Arts Emergency.

Stocking fillers

From laptop pouches to beautiful totes, all Make Good Studio products are made by founder Emily in Bristol and 10% of profits go to Arts Emergency. Browse the range.

For handmade jewellery, check out Arts Emergency Young Talent Millie's shop. Stone Wolf sells her limited and one-off creations, and custom orders. She also donates 10% from every sale to a charity. Shop Stone Wolf jewellery.

Mentee Lily-Ella also sells her cute, homemade resin jewellery and key rings that can be completely customised. Shop on Instagram.

House of Lilah sell beautiful eco friendly soy candles and ethical tea pouches. Plus 10% of their annual profits are donated to support Arts Emergency. Shop House of Lilah.

Books

The Salon zine by our Community Manager Korantema explores hair, nostalgia and identity through the words of Black women. Buy the zine.

NewsBiscuit: 15 Years of Typos is a collection of stories from Britain’s first daily news satire website. All profits from the book will go directly to Arts Emergency and the charity English Pen. Buy the NewsBiscuit book.

Our Mentoring Manager Rose has released her debut poetry collection, featuring her three acclaimed poetry shows. Buy After the Storm.

Julie Hesmondhalgh has written a fascinating year-long journal on the ups and downs of life as a working actor and producer. All royalties from the book go to Arts Emergency. Buy Julie's book.

Cards & art prints

Alison Aye makes a new original collage every week, hand-stitched from newspapers. The proceeds from her work go either to Arts Emergency or to the Artist Support Pledge - you can see her work in her online shop.

Young Talent Monetté hopes her homemade illustrations inspire young black girls to see the beauty within themselves. Shop her prints on etsy.

All profits from artist Mark Leckey's cassette tape 'In The Lingering Twilight Sparkle' go to Arts Emergency and if you can find a player it's a "fantasy travelogue stitching home recordings, spoken word and dismantled tunes." Shop on Boomkat.

Street Art duo Pahnl have produced a limited edition screen print entitled 'It’s Dangerous To Go Alone'. And £30 from every sale will be donated to Arts Emergency. Shop the print.

If you're looking for adorable cards that let your friends and family know you're thinking of them, Young Community member Sarah has you covered. Shop Sarah's designs.

Owen Gildersleeve is an artist and illustrator specialising in papercraft. His US solo show, ‘Observations from the Unknown’, celebrated the Kepler spacecraft and told the story of distant stars and planets. He’s now selling the original pieces, with 20% of proceeds going to Arts Emergency - you can buy them in his online shop.

Oxford-based historian and artist Jenny illustrates the beautiful buildings of the city in her work. Plus 50p per print and £1 per homewares is donated to Arts Emergency. Shop JennyCrane Creations.

New skills

Lisa Maltby has designed an online course covering the essentials for developing a career as a freelance illustrator. 10% of the profit goes to Arts Emergency. Sign up for the course.

If you're a young member who has an online shop, or if you donate a proportion of your sales to Arts Emergency, please let us know so we can add you to our gift guide!