Line 13

The Line x RATP la ligne

We have depicted the route of line 13 of the Paris subway and its 32 stations.

With this new format, it is possible to stick, magnetize and even place the line anywhere thanks to its cardboard support on which the names of the stations appear.

The Line x RATP is made in France.

Find out more about Line 13

Any order placed before 11:30am (UTC+1) is shipped the same day (except weekends). 

Delivery in France in 2-5 working days.

Shipping costs offered in relay points in France.



You can fix The Line wherever you like.

Whether your wall is brick, plaster, or concrete, or you have a glass partition, you can stick (or unstick) the line to it using four stickers which are 3mm diameter.

Simply position them on the back of the line and press for 30 seconds in the spot where you want to display your souvenir.


You can attach your souvenir to any metallic surface using our super-strong mini magnets.

Simply place them on the back of the line and position it on the desired surface.

Whether it's a refrigerator, a metal shelf, or any other metallic surface, you can display your line with ease. And in style.


You can stand The Line up wherever you like and collect your favourite lines.

The embossing on the front and the magnets on the back hold the line perfectly. We have created a tie which keeps the support in place, like a frame.

About Line 13

This is not the 13th metro line in Paris, as it was opened in 1911, well before lines 8 to 11! It was originally line B, linking Saint-Lazare to the Porte de Clichy and Saint-Ouen. Entirely built and operated by the Nord-Sud company, a competitor of the Compagnie du Métropolitain de Paris (CMP), the line was distinguished by the care given to the architecture and design of its stations. Nord-Sud went bankrupt in 1930 and Line B, absorbed by the CMP, became line 13. It did not take its current route until 1976, when it merged with the former line 14, which linked Invalides to Porte de Vanves. The same year, it was extended to the south to Châtillon-Montrouge and to the north to the Saint-Denis basilica. It reached the municipalities of Asnières and Gennevilliers in 1980 as far as Gabriel Péri station, then Les Courtilles in 2008. On the other branch, it reached Saint-Denis-Université in 1998.


Through a single stroke, The Line represents panoramas of cities, legendary mountain tops, or even mythical music tracks visually represented by their soundwaves.
Lines are laser cut from metal sheets, with an extreme accuracy. This step is carried out in France by several partners, including a cooperative company.
Boxes and silkscreen
Despite significant production volumes, The Line keeps an artisanal manufacturing approach for its packaging, and uses a silkscreen process to guarantee an original and qualitative result.
Final packing of products is then carried out within ESATs (work-based learning centers dedicated to people with disabilities).