The Harry Potter films have no shortage of signs, maps, and ephemera. In short, graphic design is a sexy subject in the world of witchcraft and wizardry. That’s thanks to designers Miraphora Mina and Eduardo Lima. The Daily Prophet front page? They did that. The Hogwarts acceptance letters? Yep, that’s their work. Their creations are now front and center at a pop-up shop in London called House of MinaLima.
Situated just down the street from the Palace Theatre, the home of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, House of MinaLima opens its doors to muggles daily at noon. Conde Nast points out visitors can browse the store, which is sort of an art gallery, and look and buy. Fans can purchase a variety of paper goods, including potion labels, art prints focusing on topics like Daily Prophet ads, Quidditch World Cup posters, and much more. Man, I want all of this to be collected in a detailed book.
Who’s ready to take a look inside? Prepare to feel like you’re eating Weasley candy designed to make you drool endless puddles.
The floor is the Marauder’s Map:
So much ephemera:
The Daily Prophet room via Laura S.:
Daily Mail took a tour of the shop with Mina and Lima:
Find more images and videos from the shop by searching #MinaLima on Instagram. Do you plan on swinging by this pop-up shop, and if so can I give you a shopping list? Let me know in the comments.