The Art of Gifting

by Zoot Rollo

December 11, 2015

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The Holidays are fast approaching and they can be a little overwhelming.

This year, let’s all buy gifts that matter, something that will appreciate rather than mass produced consumer goods that the recipient won’t remember by the next year. Here are some of our suggestions!

For the Environmentalist

Eszter Burghardt Path 1 of 2

Eszter Burghardt Path 1 of 2

Eszter Burghardt, “Path 1 of 2″, Photograph (of diorama made from food), 24″ x 36”

For the Architect

David Brdeny Maykovskaya Metro Train Station Russia 2015David Burdeny, “Maykovskaya Metro Station, Russia, 2015″, 44″ x 55”, Edition of 10

For the Fashionista

Lauren Walker" Omar Loud and Clear"

Lauren Walker “Omar Loud and Clear”

Lauren Walker, “Omar, Loud and Clear”, Acrylic, Collage & Epoxy on Wood, 36″ x 36″

For the Investor

Kate Ohe" Janet's Crown"

Kate Ohe” Janet’s Crown”

Katie Ohe, “Janet’s Crown”, Steel, 33″ x 6 3/4′ x 6 3/4″, 2000-2001

For the Designer

Angela Leach "AR 13 Wave #1

Angela Leach “AR 13 Wave #1

Angela Leach, “AR 13 Wave # 1″, Acrylic on Panel, 25 1/2″ x 22 1/4”

For the Philosopher

Reinhard Skoracki "With My Wings I Split The Air and Sky Effortlessly" Bronze Statue

Reinhard Skoracki “With My Wings I Split The Air and Sky Effortlessly”

Reinhard Skoracki, “With My Wings, I Split the Air and Sky Effortlessly”

Bronze, Marble, 2015″, 33 x 12 x 14 cm.

Herringer Kiss Gallery

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Chapter 32 Vital’s Humane Trap

I didn’t have any technology except my practical way of doing things. So I told them by pulling on the spring. If it is hard to pull it means that it would hit harder and that’s how I do it.