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bottle apostle

The Bottle Apostle was right around the corner from where we were staying – the first time I had tried to go it had been closed already, but the second time I made it while they were still open. Yay … Continue reading

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Wyvern Bindery

Just walking along and … WHOA! that looks interesting… bookbinding! (I didn’t know at the time that this area was known for bookbinding and printing, so it kinda caught me by surprise.) And an awesome dragon logo. Not having anything … Continue reading

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Artwords Bookshop

I liked the name, and the description: We specialise in books on the contemporary visual arts and visual culture, covering the subjects; fashion, graphic design, architecture, photography, fine art and visual & critical theory. We also stock a very wide … Continue reading

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Camden Lock Books

Yes, another book shop. Also on The Map, and I’d made a note of, but didn’t feel as if I HAD to go there, but then it turned out to be conveniently located in an Underground station. Which, I could … Continue reading

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bookartbookshop

The London Bookshop Map entry for bookartbookshop said, “Artists’ books and small press publications.” Short and sweet but enough to pique my interest! It was a cute corner shop painted a beautiful vibrant red, with a swirly glass porthole window … Continue reading

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British Library Centre for Conservation

Amidst the wandering around in an overwhelmed daze – in a good way – at the British Library, there was a dot on the floor with British Library Centre for Conservation and an arrow pointing thataway. I followed it out … Continue reading

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The British Library

Libraries are one of my Things, and so, although I hadn’t really made a point of looking for one, when I came across The British Library in one of the guidebooks it immediately went on the list. They had a … Continue reading

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