The second installment of CurioCity is now available, and recommended to anyone with a love of London oddness. It's a difficult beast to define: part map, part magazine, part fold-out novelty, part artwork, part guide.
The latest issue is largely themed around the fauna of London, real and imagined. Even the most trenchant of London trivia collectors will be facted to the edge of rapture. Discover the only naked mole rat colony in the UK, Giles Brandreth's teddy bear collection, and some West End doors made for elephants. And do you know the difference between zebra, panda, pelican, toucan, puffin and pegasus crossings? You do now.
Beautifully produced and cleverly curated, the second issue of CurioCity puts the 'best' back into 'bestiary'. Get yours now for just two squid (£2) online and from various stockists around town.
Disclaimer: the author made a small contribution to CurioCity Issue B.