Sunday, 7 December 2014

Looking for presents?

Okay, so I'm not a huge fan of Christmas and its religious history. I do, however, certainly like presents. And especially creative ones!

Below are a few gift ideas for yourself, your friends and your family brought to you by some of my loved ones:



Hold the Dog!, written by my partner Jack, tells the story of our 16 days of adventure in Mongolia. It's a fantastic read for all of you who enjoy travelling and would like to find out more about this amazing country.

Links to online stores can be found on Jack's website: www.jackfisher.org.uk. 100% of the profits go to the Mongolian charities CAMDA and the Yamaa Trust.




Miss Pineapple, a.k.a my friend Satu, creates beautiful drawings inspired by Scandinavian and Eastern European imagery.

A5 prints can be ordered from her website: www.misspineapple.com - and if you're quick, they'll be shipped in time for Christmas!


Space Station 65 shop


And if you're not quite sure what you're looking for and would like to browse a little first, try Space Station 65 or make your way to the Feminist Library bookshop.

Happy gift-giving!

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