- Telephone 0131 220 0601
- Opening times Mon–Sat 10am–5.30pm; Sun noon–4pm.
- Website www.analoguebooks.co.uk
So much more than just another art bookshop. Analogue is a hip design hub, gallery, and one of the best places to find out about the new movement of local graphic and graffiti artists like Elph and Kirsty Whiten. If there was such a thing as a bible of street culture, you'd be able to find it here.
Reviews & features
Independent shopping guide: Julie Nicoll, owner of Analogue Books24 Mar 2011
Newly-relocated indie publications shop
Before we opened, we found it hard to get hold of many of the books and magazines that we were into and felt if we were into this stuff, surely others would be too and decided to just take the risk and open. We have all kinds of customers; art students…
The best independent shops and designer boutiques in Edinburgh16 Feb 2011
From Harvey Nichols and Iain Mellis to Analogue Books and Demijohn
Multrees Walk is the place to go if you want to splash the cash – Edinburgh’s high-end designer shops all rub their expensive shoulders together in one street. Harvey Nichols is here – it has five floors of designer goodies including womenswear…
Edinburgh - Old Town16 Apr 2009
Independent Shopping Guide
Independent shops in the capital’s historic centre, presided over by Edinburgh Castle, take their aesthetic responsibilities seriously. That’s not to say that they’re all authentically restored and historically preserved properties frozen in time, nor…
Interview - Russell Ferguson15 Nov 2007
Alexander Kennedy takes a walk in the woods and meets Russell Ferguson, co-owner and curator at Analogue Alexander Kennedy Tell me about the exhibition space at Analogue. Which artists have you shown there and what kind of work do you exhibit?