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As a sponsor of the 3% conference, Adobe is committed to diversity in the workplace, including support of women in the arts where a gender gap continues. This year, we were excited to bring many awesome female artists on stage at Adobe MAX & 99U, in front of the camera with our YouTube and Facebook livestreams and in our programs like the Adobe Creative Residency. Our collaborations with these women do not always highlight their work enough. To bring them to the forefront further, we decided to select some of their work for our holiday gift guide. Below you’ll find art prints, books, Photoshop brushes and a few accessories made by artist in the US and internationally. A good mix of items to give your aesthetically inclined friends.





by Kelli Anderson

Perspective is a print by Kelli Anderson, who “believes that handheld experiences can often effectively challenge our expectations about how the larger world works.”


Campbell’s Coho Salmon

by Nic Annette Miller

“Campbell’s Coho Salmon is a limited edition of 50 and hand printed from an original woodcut onto mulberry paper with oil based ink.”


Get Me Outta Here III

by shawna x

“…to the pool”


World Map Art Print

Meera Lee Patel

“Go, See, Wander, Wonder”




Tattly subscription

By Swiss Miss



by Martina Flor

“Enamel pin made of golden coated bronze. Since each pin is polished by hand, there might be minor imperfections.”


Sushi Friends brush set

by Syd Weiler

“This Sushi-inspired Photoshop brush set includes 14 unique and varied brush presets in a .TPL file that can be used for anything you want, not only to draw your own Sushi Friends!”




Everyday Explorers Kit

by Christine Herrin

“This kit is an invitation to set aside space and time — amidst all the new experiences and adventures you find yourself on — to document.”


Thaaaank You

by Becky Simpson

This might be the perfect card for you to send your loved ones after the holidays, when you’re enjoying the gifts they gave you.




Living with Yuko Shimizu

By Yuko Shimizu

“This book can be enjoyed as a book, or, you can tear each leaf out and enjoy it as decoration on your wall.”


Gutsy Girl

By Caroline Paul and Wendy MacNaughton

“The Gutsy Girl is a book by Caroline Paul with illustrations by Wendy that inspires girls to be brave and bold.”

Libby Nicholaou

Libby Nicholaou

Libby Nicholaou is the Creative Community Liaison at Adobe. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English and a master’s degree in Contemporary Art History. While at Adobe she’s contributed to the creative community through the event series, Working Late, the Typekit pop-up library, and Typekit Studio. She’s an advocate for cultivating relationships across creative industries and highlighting the talented people often hidden behind products.


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