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Moka Pot Brewing Guide print

Moka Pot Brewing Guide print
When it comes to coffee brewers, there is one that stands out with its exceptional design (in our...
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€30,00
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When it comes to coffee brewers, there is one that stands out with its exceptional design (in our opinion, at least). You know the one—the iconic Moka Pot found in countless coffee-drinking households worldwide.

That's why we collaborated with the talented illustrator Ella Ginn to present you with a stunning rendition of a vintage Italian illustration showcasing the quintessential Moka Pot. This print not only captures the richness and allure of the coffee it brews but also includes a step-by-step guide to help you make the most out of it.


Giclée printed on premium quality heavyweight (200gsm) fine art paper in two  sizes:

  • A4 Portrait
  • A3 Portrait
  • A2 Portrait

Printed on demand - please allow 10-15 business days for delivery (ships from the NL and AUS).


Ella Ginn is an illustrator from the UK, who lives and works in Berlin, Germany. She works on many different projects, including packaging, editorial, and publishing. As well as working on a wide range of subjects, Ella also enjoys lino cutting, etching, and screen-printing which heavily influences her work as she can effectively recreate digital illustrations in these styles.