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Invisible Bookend is all function and no form

When you’re looking for bookends, you want something that will be sturdy and sightly. The only problem is that they take up a little bit more space on the shelf. If you’re much more minimalistic with your belongings, then you probably want something that isn’t going to make much of a statement. If you had the option, would you go for something that looked like it wasn’t there at all?

The Invisible Bookend is an optical illusion that will do its job just as well as any other of its kind. It is made of mirror stainless steel, and can hold up to a meter and a half of books at an angle. This is a product in which the function is what makes it beautiful. This is a designer product that comes from Paul Cocksedge, who has some impressive work besides this disappearing act. It will cost you about $66 to get one of these, and is guaranteed to impress a house guest.

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