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What can I buy for my sister's fiance?

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Frege Mon 13-Nov-17 10:15:33

He's early 30s, an art teacher and artist. Not interested in sport. Is interested in music/film/literature but I don't know what he likes. He is a bit too cool for school.

In the past I've given him booze (a hit) and a book about Picasso (a miss- I think it was too basic).

Easy option would be booze again but I'm trying to think of something different. Don't think he'd want a gallery membership but I could be wrong. I don't feel I know enough to buy him art stuff.

elQuintoConyo Mon 13-Nov-17 10:19:17

Vouchers.

Or buy a card with a picture on it by an artist he likes and put £20 in it.

Ricekrispie22 Mon 13-Nov-17 18:11:08

I love some of these clocks www.zazzle.co.uk/paint+palette+clocks

OdeToAutumn Mon 13-Nov-17 18:24:34

Tickets to an exhibition at one of the galleries ?

wheresmyliveship Mon 13-Nov-17 18:27:44

National art pass? They were doing a 3 month pass for £10 a while back

whimsical1975 Mon 13-Nov-17 19:15:48

Cinema tickets/vouchers?

HoneyWheeler Mon 13-Nov-17 19:20:04

A voucher for the site Red Bubble - they have independent artists upload their work and then help them sell things like T-shirts and prints. Really awesome.

RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie Mon 13-Nov-17 21:06:17

Some box frames to put some of his favourite record sleeves in?

Grayson Perry's 'Playing to the Gallery' book?

Book along the '1001 films to see before you die' lines?

Or more booze - why fix something that isn't broken?!

LemonysSnicket Mon 13-Nov-17 21:09:52

If he’s a bit hipster maybe a Kerouac book, craft beers set, does he have a beard ? If so fancy beard oil. Beautiful crystal whisky glasses.

Ttbb Mon 13-Nov-17 21:10:05

There's that really good Ban Gogh biography. Or maybe just chocolate?

Frege Thu 16-Nov-17 13:18:45

Some fab ideas here- thank you!

thenewaveragebear1983 Thu 16-Nov-17 13:27:42

I'm buying my sisters Dh a photo album and a few pictures of their new baby. He is terrible to buy for so I feel quite smug that I've thought of something good for him this year, and hopefully it's something he'll like, use, and probably wouldn't buy for himself.

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