Magma is a bookshop specialising in a range of books and magazines relating to the creative industry and arts. A list of literature that they cover includes photography, fashion, graphic design, films and architecture.
Venue Details & Map
117-119 Clerkenwell RoadClerkenwellLondonEC1R 5BY
- +44 (0)20 7242 9502
- Public transport:
- Chancery Lane, Underground
Needed a unique/cool notebook to use as a scrapbook for my adventures abroad. Stumbled upon this on Yelp and went for it. I absolutely adore shops like this. I probably walked around to look at everything three times before deciding on a really nice Japanese-bound bound notebook that's was perfect for what it needed to be. Perfect spot for gifts, books and stationary.more
Completely my scene, well, my type of shops. So if you read this, and we're somehow directly or even indirectly related (because I'm a yelper, like you, for example), just know that you can offer me anything from this shop. Lifestyle magazines, so beautiful that you don't dare to touch, small design stuff that you dream to have at home, colourful cards & posters...my birthday is the 13th of...more
Half art books and magazines and half things you likely only half want but would make an acceptable and perhaps unusual gift. This book shop is well worth a browse or stopping by at if you are obliged to buy someone a physical item.more
Amazing store with an amazing collection of quirky books, toys, magazines and cards. Great for the people who are hard to shop for and a true gem for those of us who are artists at heart or went to art school of some sort. I said I was only going to peruse but ended up buying the funniest book called Hate Mail by Mr Bingo that made me snort and shake uncontrollably with laughter like a crazy...more
Magma carries all manner of gift items and is a particularly good shop if the person you're buying for is a designer, architect or otherwise keen about aesthetics. Here you'll find an array of design books, tote bags, games, toys and t-shirts.
I fell in love with the Moomins at Magma. Who are these Moomins you might be wondering, and where do they live? This family of hippopotamus-like trolls...more