Karma Bookstore

If you’re an art lover, you need to visit this East Village bookstore. Karma was founded by graphic designer Brendan Dugan, who also owns an art gallery and publishing house under the Karma name. While the bookstore specializes in art books, it offers an eclectic selection of titles. From beautiful Karma books to rare titles, periodicals, and artworks, here you can always find something new and exciting to bring back home to your bookshelves.

Karma Bookstore

  • 136 E 3rd St, New York, NY 10009, USA

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