Made by Humans

We channel Paris’s unique terroir via a carefully curated and constantly evolving selection of souvenirs, gifts & curiosities dreamed up here in Paris by the community of local artisans, artists & ideas people who make the city tick!

On this website, you can meet an ever-growing number of Paris makers and visit their placesshop a curated selection of stuff they make, and help tip the balance on what gets made and distributed. Order the book that started it all. Download our GogoParis App. And follow our newsletter, as we endeavour to keep plugging you in to the city by connecting you to its makers. 

It’s the start of a whole new adventure for Gogo City Guides, and an offshoot of the book ‘Makers Paris’, published with Prestel

Like the book, MKRS. makes explicit that what matters to us the most is a city’s local ecosystem of artists, artisans and ideas people. That’s what gives a place meaning, what brings it to life. We’re concerned with sincerity, quality of life, craft and community. With making, not faking. 

Mkrs. Paris Shop
6 rue Thorel, 75002 Paris

Kate van den Boogert, Editor-in-chief, kate@mkrs.family
Jade Combe, Digital & E-Commerce, jade@mkrs.family
Laetitia Law, Community Manager, shop@mkrs.family

Press Relations
Laurence Alvart, Stage of the Art, laurence.alvart@stageoftheart.net

Paris based design agency Change is Good designed the book MAKERS PARIS, and also, with Timothée Goguely, this site. Composed of Rik Bas Backer and José Albergaria, Change is Good is a reference on the international graphic design scene since 2003.

The American-born, Paris based journalist and photographer Carrie Solomon is the photographer of the book MAKERS PARIS.

This website is published by MAKERS FAMILY SAS with a capital of 1,000 Euros registered with the Paris Trade and Companies Register the RCS under the number 887 686 095 whose head office is located at 23 rue des Poissonniers, 75018 Paris and is represented by its President Kate van den Boogert, in association with Vallejo Gantner.

MKRS. is an update of Gogo City Guides, founded in 2005 by Kate van den Boogert and Morry Schwartz.