Chuck Anderson Prints: Read JS Review | Buy It ($35 – $65; shown as 2)

Holy kaleidoscope! We’d paper maîche our houses in these were they a bit more weatherproof. Until that day, we’ll just enjoy their sparkly-ness from the comfort of our climate controlled living rooms.

20×200: Read JS Review | Buy It ($20; shown as 3)

Jen Bekman’s affordable art project let’s you choose from a wide variety of wonderfully curated print, photographic and mixed media limited edition offerings — and at 20 bucks a pop, there’s nothing snooty about it.

Ice Cream: Read JS Review | Buy It ($69.95; shown as 5)

We reviewed Ice Cream, an awesome (and shiny) selection of 100 of the most significant emerging artists working today…but anything from Phaidon will make the creative people in your life happier than a two-year old with a Snack Pack.

Colby Nichols Prints: Read JS Review | Buy It ($7 – $50; shown as 4)

This up-and-comer is filling my daily monster quotient with his prints, paintings, and sketches of zombies, toothed animals, and one-eyed beasts. His tees are rather awesome as well, but I guess that’s for another post.

Richard Goodall Underground Store: Read JS Review | Buy It (prices vary; shown as 1)

The only place to go for the biggest selection of everything urban artsy. Aside from the tragic exchange rate you’ll experience shopping here (if you live in the US), there is not one bummer about this art and culture superstore. Prints, originals, designer toys, skate decks — it’s a winter wonderland.