Contemporary Lynx’s Gift Suggestions Christmas time is getting closer and closer. If you lack ideas for a gift, here you will find our suggestions.

Whether you are a giver or a taker, Christmas is coming right up. A thoughtful gift can express our feelings better than words can. No matter if you want to give someone a gift that they will be happy with or just treat yourself, check out the recommendations below.

All of the propositions can be found in our Lynx Concept Store. 

  1. Contemporary Lynx Magazine 2(16)2021

This issue of our magazine focuses on the art of the future, contributing to the heated discussion of what lies ahead of us. This edition includes such names as Patricia Piccinini, Lina Lapelytė, Ciprian Mureşan, Jean Tinguely, Katja Novitskova, and Andrei Tarkovsky.

You will get the opportunity to read Krzysztof Kieślowski’s unpublished script Baby.

As you would expect from a futuristic issue, we also celebrate Stanisław Lem’s birthday, so get ready to take a look into the 2050 art world.

  1. Major Arcana – Tarot card

A careful observer may notice that recently, there has been a growing interest in tarot and, generally speaking, witchcraft, however one perceives it. For those who are interested in this topic, we recommend a set of cards designed by Marta Krysińska. In an interview with our magazine, she shared what she likes about her work: “I love the changeability of it, it’s never the same.” It is easy to see the difference between the cards designed by Marta Krysińska and a standard tarot deck. What makes this deck even more unique is the fact that it is a limited edition of 150 sets, designed especially for Contemporary Lynx.

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Say Hello From Your Studio: Marta Krysińska

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Marta Krysińska is a graphic designer who also works in areas of painting and photography. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Szczecin as well as the Artistic Education Institute at APS in Warsaw. In her works she focuses on exploring the condition of the contemporary man submerged in a digital world. Read our interview to find out what inspires and motivates her the most and what she does to relax after work.

  1. White bong with cobalt stripes – Anna Miau Ceramics

The proposition above is aimed at those who are admirers of handmade crafts. A perfect gift for those who are able to appreciate the uniqueness of art. After all, it is always worth remembering that handmade crafts withstand time.

  1. ‘Tamara de Lempicka’ artbook

The album consists of excellent composition, which includes meticulously chosen paintings, sketches, and photographs of Tamara Łempicka’s works. For those who want to immerse themselves in the art deco period and explore the art of one of the most expressive painters of the twentieth century.


Another handcrafted piece on our list is made from walnut and hand-forged steel. Made by Kuźnia Skały / Stone’s Forge, architect Marcin Skalski. A mix of blacksmithing and woodwork is a perfect gift for those who are into design and who like subtle decor. This is a great option for those who like to keep their interiors minimalistic yet still need art and decorations.

  1. Captains of Illustration: 100 Years of Children’s Books from Poland

The book, published in English, opens up to the reader the history of children’s book illustration. The illustrations in the book date back to 1918. It is a perfect gift for enthusiasts of history, literature, and illustrations that adults can share with children.

  1. “The Only Limit Is Your Head” – a poster by Vadym Solowski 

The ultimate poster that can elevate one’s walls and days. It is a great reminder for overthinkers to not only clear their minds but also to stay open-minded. The piece was created by Vadym Solowski, who likes to keep their works at a minimalistic value without depriving them of their symbolism. 

  1. A candleholder by UAU project  

Another design on our list. Unlike the decorations above, this piece is not handmade. Instead, it is a 3D printed modular candleholder. This position is suited for the design enthusiasts who care about sustainability and are looking for unexpected solutions. Candleholders are designed by UAU PROJECT, a design studio based in Warsaw, founded by Justyna Fałdzińska and Miłosz Dąbrowski.

You can learn more about the creators here.

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About The Author


Wiktoria Bednarczyk is currently a student of English Studies at SWPS University, searching for inspiration for her B.A. thesis. Into walks and Polish poetry. She feels best living in harmony with nature and when baking for loved ones.

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