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Our 2012 Holiday Gift Guide
by The Mary Sue Staff | 12:39 pm, November 28th, 2012
Some of us here at The Mary Sue own enough art prints to wallpaper a house, and that’s why we’re qualified to tell you what your friends and family might like to look at every day. Here are a few artists with fabulous creations worth framing and, in some cases, wearing!
Len Peralta: The artist behind Geek-A-Week trading cards is offering some pretty cool stuff right now. For instance, custom holiday greeting cards. He also has geeky pin-ups, pop-culture illustrations, and a gift certificate option for drawing your loved one!
Noelle Stevenson: You might also known her as Gingerhaze, that girl on Tumblr who creates delightful situations between some of our favorite pop-culture icons, like the cast of The Lord of the Rings or X-Men: First Class. Here’s a secondary shop with more prints.
The Bottleneck Gallery: You can visit in person if you live near Brooklyn, NY or you can do online shopping by exhibit. So far they’ve done zombies and paid cable; we even highlighted their most recent show, “The Gang is All Here.”
Jess Fink : Some cool Day of the Dead offerings, but she also illustrated a Star Trek Jam Band. So, yeah.
Litographs: Entire books. On posters. Seriously, how can you resist?
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