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The SOLD 2017 Holiday Gift Guide

SOLD Magazine brings you our guide to the best gifts of the holiday season: browse by price and find something nice. Once your shopping is done, don’t forget to give to someone in need (we have ideas for that too).

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For a truly NYC gift, check out these Boundless Brooklyn custom models in the Lil' Brookyn section at the Union Square Holiday Market (space A30) until December 24.

TOP: In Prime We Trust ABOVE L-R: This is MarI, Zero Productivity, DrilOne.

Give the gift of graffiti with Nite Owl Holiday Balls, Mini Canvases or Custom Planters $30 - $100 from

Surprise the robot lover in your life with Limited Edition Chris RWK + Pear socks in 3 hand-pressed designs and 2 styles, each with a Certificate of Authenticity. $24.95 each,

If you love all things magical, check out the JCORP Boonicorn in many forms (though the plush pillow is my favorite) ranging from $10 - $20 at

Need a mindful moment this season? The Wynwood Coloring Book 2 features 44 street artists from the world famous street art district of Wynwood in Miami. This edition includes artists CASE, Beau Stanton, Ron English and Aquarela Sabol. Book $25, Markers $10.

Get your skulls on with DINKC branded street wear and accessories from $20 and up at

Inspire creativity with Limited Edition Moleskine + Bradley Theodore Classic notebooks, created during Milan Design Week 2017, where the artist transformed backpacks with his bold paint style. $24.95 at

He melted your heart and now he’ll melt all over your table: now Buffmonster's Mister Melty truly lives up to his name! $75 at

Go upscale with this collaboration between Brooklyn artist ZImer + Instrinsic Wine Co. brings you 2 varieties from Columbia Valley, Washington with a an urban wild style label (look closely and you'll find Zimer's name). $22 - $25 at


And finally, isn't giving back the best gift of all? Helping others benefit from public art, is giving back to your community! Here are 3 initiatives that aid and support the underserved creatives in NYC. Check out what they do at the links below:

Art Start nurtures the voices, hearts and minds of New York City's underserved youth through consistent creative workshops inside homeless shelters, alternative to incarceration programs, and partnering youth agencies.

Groundswell brings together artists, youth, and community organizations to use art as a tool for social change.

FREE ARTS NYC empowers underserved youth through art and mentoring programs to develop their creativity, confidence, and skills to succeed.

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