By Alex Roberts

Some of us, myself included, have realized across the last several weeks that some social acquaintances have, in fact, been overrated for quite a while.

While we miss people- and want to get back to them, it can be nice to get a way from folks for a while.

To that end- if you need to be on your own trip for a bit in Nairobi, the WLL Store is far and away the place to go.

As we’ve previously outlined (yes, they’re friends of EA Scene, but we also think that they’re just an incredible hub of the Nairobi creative sector), they can be highlighted as an example of one of the few places in Nairobi where creatives have a space to network and have a forum that focuses on them and their work.

So, during this time of social distancing (and frankly beyond it) by all means hit up the WLL Store (located within the Alchemist Bar in Westlands) for all things comic, vinyl, custom, art-tastic and swaggy as fuck.

Supporting the WLL Store inherently means that you’re broadening the focus of artists and creatives you’re supporting in Nairobi and further afield.

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