Sticklebook: The Invisible Bookshelf

Designed by British inventor Professor Neil Barron, Sticklebook is an invisible shelving system that creates the visual illusion of a line of books hanging, unsupported, on the wall.

The books are held in place by a polypropylene combed strip that grips the pages and an aluminium extrusion that acts as a bracket. The shelf is screwed onto the wall which itself helps support the weight of the books. It is innovative, practical and fall-proof.

Dimensions: 50 cm long and holds approximately 13 paperbacks. It can be hung on its own or in multiples.

Note: It is designed for used paperbacks only; the comb will leave faint marks on the leaves.

 


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