Jeremy Deller, John& Paul& George& Fuck Brexit, t-shirt
Both Paul and Ringo have said they didn’t get round to voting in the EU referendum, but it’s clear from this limited edition t-shirt which side Jeremy Deller is on. The 2004 Turner Prize winner, who represented Britain at the 2013 Venice Biennale, makes his feelings on Brexit clear with this perfect gift for any Remainer in your life. Elsewhere in the House of Voltaire shop is a multicoloured silk-jacquard scarf by Chloé and Jenny Saville (£700) and David McDermott and Peter McGough’s limited edition tea towel in Wexford linen fabric, The Aesthetic Movement (£28).

Colin Hagan, CMYK lithographs
Hole Editions is a Newcastle-based collaborative printmaking workshop, specialising in hand lithography. It is offering a series of two-colour lithographs by Gateshead artist Colin Hagan, priced at £200 each or £750 for a set of four. The prints are very limited, with only five sets being made. Also for sale is a series of hand-printed and bound books of six lithographs by Alfons Bytauta (£750), and Lee Turner‘s hand-bound sketchbooks with book-matched monotyped endpapers (£25).
£200 (£750 set of four, unframed).

Joe Fletcher-Orr, Love is International mug
fs, a free school running for 12 months conceived and programmed by artist Kevin Hunt, is offering several limited editions via its online shop. These include a printed earthenware mug by Joe Fletcher-Orr, available for £10 in a limited run of 100, and a glazed ceramic rock with 16GB USB 2.0 memory stick containing different stock images of sweetcorn by Emilie Atkinson, a limited edition of 20.
£10 & £25.

Lubaina Himid, The sweet sharp taste of limes, print
Chisenhale is offering its annual Christmas discount on this work by 2017 Turner Prize winner Lubaina Himid. A giclée print on Hahnemühle photo rag, it is limited to 50 editions and priced at £450 unframed; there is a further £50 discount for Chisenhale Friends. Other works available from the gallery’s online shop include an untitled screen print from Hannah Black (£108, edition of 65) and a c-type print of the installation of Rachel Whiteread‘s Ghost  (£450).

Ciara Phillips, The Century, scarf
Glasgow-based artist Ciara Phillips has produced a limited edition silk scarf depicting a detail from a series of screen prints entitled The Century. Wrapped in a gift box, the work will be sent recorded delivery via Royal Mail. Also on sale from CCA Editions is Gregor Wright‘s Dinosaur Variants, which are available in a signed edition of 123 dinosaurs (£25 each), plus Lucy Skaer‘s lithographic print made from Guardian newspaper plate, 2013, (edition of 20, £350).

Evan Ifekoya, The Last Married Couple on Earth, t-shirt
Gasworks’ studio artist Evan Ifekoya produced this limited edition t-shirt exclusively for their first UK solo show at the gallery, ‘Ritual Without Belief’, earlier this year. Described as an ‘exploration of non-monogamy’, the tie-dyed top is limited to 50, plus four artist proofs, and comes with a signed, numbered certificate. It is being offered with a Christmas discount, reduced from £60 to £48. Gasworks is also selling a number of prints, including Monira Al Qadiri‘s Conspirational Memories, (edition of 30, plus five artist proofs, £120), and Ad Minoliti’s Nightlife (edition of 50, with a numbered certificate signed by the artist, £128).

Jenny Steele, printed scarf
Manchester-based Scottish artist Jenny Steele is known for referencing 20th century architecture in her work, most recently coastal mid-war architecture and design. For Liverpool’s the Royal Standard, she has produced this limited edition, digitally printed skinny scarf on Silk Crepe de Chine. Elsewhere in the gallery’s online shop is a print on archival paper by Rob Chavasse for his show ‘Ghostie’, which was part of the Royal Standard Summer Program in the 2014 Liverpool Biennial (£20).

Lydia Leith, Brexit Sick Bag
Her Throne Up Royal Wedding Sick Bags have previously attracted plenty of press attention and now Cumbria-based designer Lydia Leith is offering a Brexit twist on the idea. These Brexit Sick Bags feature the slogan ‘Retch for the stars’ and are priced at just £4 each, with each edition hand signed and screen printed in the UK.

Bob and Roberta Smith, Art Matters range
Art UK has put Bob and Roberta Smith’s Art Matters design to good use for a range of gift-friendly items, from a top-end limited-edition print (£450) to a hardback notebook (£9.50). There’s also a rather nice bone china mug (£12.50), tote bag (£25) and – perfect for some Christmas Day kitchen action / art making – a rather fetching full-length apron complete with pocket.
£9.50 – £450.

Mark Leckey, Easing the Gentlemen Out of its Skin, Oh!, print
Glasgow International is offering a 20% discount on all editions until 16 December, with work by a range of artists. Mark Leckey’s print, Easing the Gentlemen Out of its Skin, Oh!, is on offer at £475 in an edition of 75, with each signed by the artist. Also on sale is a dyeline blueprint, The Architect’s Data (Amos), by Cécile B. Evans, priced at £250 and limited to 30, plus a digital pigment print on smooth cotton from Tai Shani, priced £75 and an edition of 150.

1. Jeremy Deller, John& Paul& George& Fuck Brexit, t-shirt. Courtesy: House of Voltaire
2. Colin Hagan, CMYK lithographs
3. Joe Fletcher-Orr, love is international mug
4. Lubaina Himid, The sweet sharp taste of limes, 2018. Courtesy: Chisenhale
5. Ciara Philips, Scarf
6. Evan Ifekoya, The Last Married Couple on Earth, t-shirt, 100% cotton, tie-dyed with iridescent foil lettering. Courtesy: Gasworks
7. Jenny Steele, printed scarf
8. Bob and Roberta Smith, Art Matters screenprint, limited edition of 50 for Art UK. Courtesy: Art UK via Twitter @artukdotorg
9. Mark Leckey, Easing the Gentlemen Out of its Skin, Oh!, 2018, digital pigment print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag. Courtesy: Glasgow International

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