The 5 best places for graphic art and paper in Brussels
1) Avec Plaizier
This little art shop has been publishing postcards, posters and calendars since 1977. The cards range from whimsical cartoons by Flemish illustrator Ever Meulen to photographs of modern Brussels buildings.
2) Mofelito Paperito
This stylish shop sells rare luxury notebooks, writing equipment, city guides and maps. Owner Sofie Rombouts hunts out elusive brands, including cards by Hungarian illustrator Anna Kövecses and Herb Lester’s wonderful city maps.
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3) Ticky Tacky
Here is a fabulous shop in the heart of the Marolles where you can find some really odd things. The owner moved a few doors up the street in 2018 to a larger space where she sells a quirky range of postcards, vintage notebooks, toy cars and Japanese art books.
4) Le Typographe
A traditional printing workshop close to Place du Châtelain where they will print your business cards or wedding invitations. The shop sells sublime notebooks and writing paper.
Architect Line and textile designer Kathrin have created a stylish stationery shop in the chic residential district known as Little Paris. They sell smart notebooks and paper by independent Belgian, Portuguese and Danish brands, along with pencils, fountain pens and everything else you need to set up your home office. They also have a small design studio next door where they print cards, invitations and posters.
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