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  • The paper trail: books, magazines and other leafy business.

    A map for lovers of print and paper, whether it be already filled with ideas or still waiting for your thoughts.

    • Feb 2017
    • 6
  • Small Caps

    1

    Design

    Terrific small letterpress studio run by Sabrina Sundermann. You may visit her during work hours.

  • Druckerey

    2

    Factory

    Traditional letterpress studio with some very old machinery. Visits by appointment only, email sekretariat@druckerey.de

  • Zabriskie

    3

    Bookstore

    Books and magazines dealing with the bizarre, the magical, the avantgarde and anything else that's a little bit weird.

  • westberlin

    4

    Coffee Shop

    Centrally located, serving good coffee and stocking decent mags: it's the perfect break.

  • Modulor

    5

    Arts & Crafts

    "I'll quickly pop into Modulor" is filed under Famous Last Words.

  • Dussmann das KulturKaufhaus

    6

    Bookstore

    The one that has everything, as long as it's not too out of the ordinary.

  • Bücherbogen

    7

    Bookstore

    With about 25,000 books on design, architecture, photography and film, plus a vast number of very knowledgeable staff, this does not feel like the 21st century.

  • do you read me?!

    8

    Bookstore

    What can I say that hasn't been said already? It's probably the world's (or at least Europe's) best indie magazine shop.

  • P & T - Paper and Tea

    9

    Tea Room

    Beautiful notebooks with a side serving of tea.

  • Motto Berlin

    10

    Bookstore

    Perfect for books with the tiniest of print runs and back issues of your favourite mags.

  • R.S.V.P. - Papier in Mitte

    11

    Office Supplies

    Paper porn, pure and simple.

  • Gestalten Space

    12

    Bookstore

    All of Gestalten's brilliant books, plus other design items causing a lot of WANT.

  • a Livraria - portugiesische brasilianische Buchhandlung

    13

    Bookstore

    Think: do you read me?!'s more serious, intellectual and artsy sister.