City Guides: Yes, We Still Need Them

Herb Lester Associates in London recently introduced a wonderful series of quirky and hip pocket guides and maps to some of the world’s great cities (with more to follow). These tres-retro little guides and maps are created in collaboration with a super team of London artists, illustrators, designers and writers

The series is available at bookshops throughout London and via Herb Lester Associates’ website.

Where The Sidewalk Ends: How to Find Old New York is an amazing guide to little known historic spots from Harlem to Chinatown.


A Glasgow Companion is a pure dead brilliant guide to some of Glasgow’s hippest cafes, pubs, restaurants, shops and attractions.

It’s Nice To be Alone In Paris is a marvelous little pocket guide for the solo traveler that highlights the eccentric and hidden gems.

East London is a pocket guide that encompasses the area from Old Street to Hackney Wick, with entries representing the coolest spots around East London.

You Are Here is a thoughtful guide to peaceful places to meet or work online around London.

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