Holiday Gift Guide – Tech, Art + Culture
December 18, 2017
For the tech geek, art fanatic or lover of all things cultural, there’s something for everyone on this list.
The Standard Gift Shop, Jose Parla Scarf Edition for the Standard – $395
When clothing is art and art is clothing. In honor of José Parlá’s sculptural installation on The Standard’s plaza, the two came together to create a limited edition cashmere scarf that feels like butter and is as striking like the piece of art it is modeled after. With only 250 created, it’s a unique piece for the person who loves to stand out.
Samsung, The Frame TV – starting at $2799.99
Is there anything more gauche than when your TV becomes the focal point of a room? This TV transforms into a work of art when not being used. Mix and match frames that match your decor and personal aesthetic.
The High Line Shop, The High Line Book – $75
A book fit for display in any home or office, it’s a work of art itself. For the New Yorker or anyone appreciates The High Line, this book highlights the beauty of the beloved public space.
T-Mobile, Ultimate Ears speaker – $249
Small, but mighty. Great for anyone who’s always on the go.
Levi’s x Google, Commuter Trucker Jacket with Jacquard – $355
Powered by google technology, this jacket pairs with your phone and keeps you connected to your music, navigation and contacts without reaching in your pocket making it the most chic and ultimate hands free item ever.
This epic neighborhood block party will have you eating and drinking from 25 your favorite restaurants and bars while shopping area boutiques at sample sale prices, all set to a live DJ music. It’s a foodie x fashionista’s paradise. Contact us to reserve your tickets.
Roli, Lightpad block M – $199.95
Does someone you know think they can be the next great DJ? Do you? Create music with this palm-sized cutie. Play beats, basslines, chords, and melodies and tie them all together to make multi-layered songs.
Chisholm Gallery, vintage posters – pricing varies – check store for details
Nostalgic yet hip, brightly colored and each telling a story, Chisholm Gallery’s collection of vintage posters would make a great addition to any home or office.