Venue Details & Map
22 Broadway MarketDalstonLondonE8 4QJ
- +44 (0)20 7923 7507
- Public transport:
- London Fields, National Railway
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It's not big, but it packs a lot inside. And by a lot I don't necessarily mean it has a huge selection of genres. Emphasis on the "Art" in "Artwords." As such, it has a wide-ranging selection of niche books that when taken as an entirety must only be described as (and I say this somewhat tongue-in-cheek) "Hip Tastes." A book by Zizek sits beside a huge, glossy picture-book on Photorealism...more
This bookstore is not huge, just one room with two big tables piled with books and bookcases on every wall, but the selection of art, graphic design, and photography books is fantastic. The store is run by people working in graphic design and the arts and it shows. The card selection is also great. Strongly recommended if you are in the Broadway Market area.more
I previously wrote this on the Broadway Bookshop listing as I didn't realise there were two book shops on my street! But now I have figured it out. This is the fab art book shop right by my house.
Don't come here looking for Harry Potter. You'll get a funny look from the lovely lady behind the counter. Not that I would be that stupid, just saying though.
So I finally popped in for a mooch...more
Bigger and newer than it's Rivington Street branch, this shop always makes me happy.
One of the few shops i've ever visited that actually feels almost 'perfect' in the strangest way. Everything is laid out neatly and the exterior looks clean and welcoming. Great selection of magazines and books, although it would be nice to see a larger amount of low-fi independent publications and...more
slightly bigger than their other store on Rivington Street, Artwords is great.
this store is much more spacious than the other, and is a bit more organised.
on the very nice Broadway Market, Ben the owner "handpicks" the books himself as to what should be stocked.
a very nice selection of art/design books and good magazines.
unlike the one in Shoreditch, this is open on Sunday.more