27. Follow print art in action
Once known as The Proud Otter, this off-beat RLD shop has merged with art and lit ‘zine Goodbye Horses to form the new Peer on this spot. The shop, which will focus more on paper-based art, will also be a work space for creatives to come and work on their own projects while observing the magazine-making process and regular exhibitions. When all that observing gets you hungry, refuel with coffee, cakes, and cordials.
28. Get cultural in other cool, creative spaces
They’re spreading like wildfire, but we’re not complaining: Ultra de la Rue coffers another (fair trade) coffee, Wi-Fi, and art combo with films, lectures, and other events to boot. There is also a shop with silk-screen tees and sweats and other goodies and books about street art and urban life.
29. Pick up some epic hats
Mirjam Nuver’s hats are almost complete costumes in and of themselves. Browsing is as much fun as buying.